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Topic

Cultural and linguistic


diversity

Links to Early Years Learning


Framework
Outcome 1:

Children feel safe, secure and supported.

Children develop knowledgeable and


confident self-identities.

Children learn to interact in relation to others


with care, empathy and respect.
Outcome 2:

Children respond to diversity with respect.

Outcome 2:

Children become socially responsible and


show respect for the environment.
Outcome 4:

Children resource their own learning through


Respecting the natural
connecting with people, place, technologies and
environment
natural and processed materials.

Links to Western Australian Curriculum


Kindergarten curriculum:
Identity
Feel safe secure and supported.
Build knowledgeable and confident self-identities.
Interact with others with care, empathy and respect.
Wellbeing
Become strong in their social and emotional
wellbeing.
Connecting and contributing
Explore diversity and respond with respect.
History curriculum:
Pre-primary
Personal and family histories.
Year 1
Present and past family life.
Kindergarten curriculum:
Wellbeing
Show respect for the environment
Learning and thinking
Develop positive dispositions for learning
Science curriculum:
Pre-primary
Students describe the properties and behaviour of
familiar objects. They suggest how the environment
affects them and other living things.
Year 1

Students describe changes in their local


environment and how different places meet the
needs of living things.

Outcome 3:

Children take increasing responsibility for


their own health and physical wellbeing.
Outcome 4:

Children develop dispositions for learning


such as, persistence,
Developing fine motor
Children transfer and adapt what they have
skills
learned from one context to another.
Outcome 5:

Children begin to understand how symbols


and pattern systems work.

Developing
fundamental motor
skills

Outcome 1:

Children feel safe secure and supported.

Children develop their emerging autonomy,


inter-dependence, resilience and sense of agency.
Outcome 3:

Children become strong in their social and


emotional wellbeing.

Children take increasing responsibility for


their own health and physical wellbeing.
Outcome 4:

Kindergarten curriculum:
Communicating
Understand how symbols and pattern systems work.
Learning and thinking
Develop positive dispositions for learning.
English curriculum:
Pre- primary Literacy
Creating texts: Produce some lower case and upper
case letters using learned letter formations
(ACELY1653)
Year 1 literacy
Creating texts: Write using unjoined lower case and
upper case letters (ACELY1663)
Kindergarten curriculum:
Identity
Feel safe, secure, accepted and supported.
Act with increasing autonomy, interdependence,
resilience and sense of agency.
Thinking and learning
Develop positive dispositions for learning.
Wellbeing
Become strong in their social and emotional
wellbeing.


Children develop dispositions for learning

Children transfer and adapt what they have


learnt from one context to another.

Take increasing responsibility for their own health


and physical wellbeing.
Health and physical education curriculum:
Pre-primary and year 1
Students perform fundamental movement skills,
including body management, locomotor and object
control skills.

References:
Department of Education Employment and Workplace Relations for the Council of Australian Governments [DEEWR]. (2009). Belonging, being and becoming: The early
years learning framework for Australia. Retrieved from
https://docs.education.gov.au/system/files/doc/other/belonging_being_and_becoming_the_early_years_learning_framework_for_australia.pdf
School Curriculum and Standards Authority [SCSA]. (2014). Kindergarten Curriculum Guidelines. Retrieved from http://k10outline.scsa.wa.edu.au/home/p-10curriculum/kindergarten-curriculum-guidelines/the-kindergarten-curriculum-guidelines
School Curriculum and Standards Authority [SCSA]. (2014). Western Australian Curriculum. Retrieved from http://k10outline.scsa.wa.edu.au/home/p-10curriculum/curriculum-browser