The Cornish College Reconciliation Action Plan aims to support our College community in developing an educational environment that fosters higher levels of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions.
Through our Reconciliation Action Plan, we commit to strengthening relationships, respect and opportunities in the classroom, around the school and with the community.
A Reconciliation Action Plan or RAP is a formal statement of commitment to Reconciliation with practical plans for action. Our current plan contains 18 actions and it was approved and published by Reconciliation Australia in August 2021. It is a living document and in August 2022 our current Reconciliation Action Plan reverted to a draft.
Having a Reconciliation Action Plan means that Cornish has started its Reconciliation journey and we are moving from being SAFE to being BRAVE.
We are very proud to work and learn in an organisation that has an active Reconciliation Action Plan.
Click on the image below to view our previous plan.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Bunurong people of the Kulin Nation, as the original custodians of this land who have lived here for thousands of years. We respect their relationship with the land and are committed to caring for this place and those who come here now and in the future.