Cultural Competency: A Case Study

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• Engage in ongoing learning and reflective practice in order to become culturally competent.
• Demonstrate behaviours and attitudes that reflect the values and principles of the service regarding cross-cultural relationships.
• Consider the rights and best interests of the children, as they are paramount.
• Acknowledge that children are competent and capable learners.
• Engage in practices that reflect equity, inclusion and diversity.
• Value the cultures of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
• Respect and support parents and families as their role is vital.
• Best practice is expected in the provision of education and care.
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