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Teachers for First Nations Education

Teachers for First Nations Education

Let us help you embed First Nations people, cultures and histories at your school!

Since 1974, we’ve been adapting our successful community-led development approach to partner with First Nations communities to lead their own development.

World Vision is here to support your journey to build your cultural capability, and provide you with resources that help you to put a First Nations perspective across the subjects you teach.

Find out more about how World Vision partners with First Nations communities around the country. Our aim is to build a brighter future for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders through our community-led Early Childhood and Young Mob youth leadership programs.


Here's an excerpt from Teacher and author Sally Lawrence, a panellist on our first webinar. By signing up to Teachers For First Nations Education you'll get a link to the full video and be the first to be notified about similar, upcoming Professional Development opportunities.

Let's ensure a meaningful connection, interaction and experiences between the world’s oldest living culture and young students – students who are tomorrow’s leaders.

Dr Anne Pattel-Gray Head of World Vision Australia First Nations Programs

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Teachers for First Nations

Teachers for First Nations

Teachers for First Nations