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Multicultural Resources

Posted by Kelly Huntley on

Australia’s approach to multicultural policy embraces our shared values and cultural traditions and recognises that Australia’s multicultural character gives us a competitive edge in an increasingly globalised world. The approach articulates the rights and responsibilities that are fundamental to living in Australia and supports the rights of all to celebrate, practise and maintain their cultural traditions within the law and free from discrimination. The policy aims to strengthen social cohesion through promoting belonging, respecting diversity and fostering engagement with Australian values, identity and citizenship, within the framework of Australian law. Our latest outdoor corflute sign quotes the words of The...

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Tank Water

Posted by Kelly Huntley on

A simple way to demonstrate your commitment to sustainability practices is the use of the water tank to water the garden. This corflute weatherproof sign is perfect to leave outdoors near the water tank it will assist with Quality Area 3, Element 3.3.2.   www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au Benefits of rainwater in gardens Not only can rainwater use in gardens reduce demand on mains systems, it has some a range of benefits, some of which are little-known. Nitrogen It might be a surprise to many of use, but rain water contains some nitrogen. Two types of nitrogen are formed during rain, ammonia – an...

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NEVER Leave Children Alone in a Car PDF Education Supplies

Posted by Kelly Huntley on

Never leave a child alone in a vehicle, even for a minute! You might think you would never forget your child in the back, but it can happen to anyone. Busy schedules, lack of sleep and changes in routine can distract us easier than you think. Set up a system to check the backseat of your car for your child every time you get out. Your system may include setting your mobile phone, purse, gym bag or briefcase on the floor near your child. This will help you see your child when you open the door to get the item....

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