Mulgrave’s Global Citizenship education empowers our community to build empathy, make connections and take action for a better world for all.
- diversity, equity and inclusion
- cultural competence
- Indigenous knowledge systems
- social justice
an understanding of their own (emerging) identity and the privileges and challenges they have;
an understanding of the identity of others and the privileges and struggles they face (issues of prejudice, discrimination, racism);
and the intercultural skills to connect with others.
Understanding one’s own identity is a central part of wellbeing.
In the Early Years, global citizenship learning primarily takes place through our units of inquiry, such as Who We Are, which focusses on inclusivity by learning about family compositions, cultural background, and mother tongue languages.
A highlight in our Early Years programme is our annual Cultural Day. It's a wonderful opportunity for students and their families to delve into their own cultural heritage to learn more about themselves and share with others. Students excitedly wear traditional dress to school and bring their favourite snacks. Families also share recipes and special traditions from their cultures.