Diverse Family Cultural & Religious Beliefs – What Celebrations to Include in ECE

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Multi-cultural awareness and providing a curriculum that supports the culture of families at early childhood centres and services.
Recognising Diverse Family Cultural and Religious Beliefs. Central to caring for and educating young children is support of family culture, values and beliefs.   But why are some family cultural and religious beliefs and celebrations recognised in an early childhood service […]
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