Category: Materials for children in care

Celebrating National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day

Today, the team were out at Parafield Gardens, celebrating National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day at the Aboriginal Family Support Services ‘Connection to Culture Children’s Day’.
We had resources to give away for little ones (including colouring-in, temporary tattoos and booklets) and fun activities like hand painting and a raffle to win one of our special plush toys. Our beloved safety symbol for First Nations children in care, Nunga Oog, popped in to say hi and have his photo taken throughout the day!

New comic is on the way

You want a recipe for some serious fun? Try creating a comic to help young people in care to see better ways to deal with

Children with disabilities learning about their rights

The Guardian’s Office  celebrates 2011 International Human Rights Day with the launch of six sets of flashcards for teaching children and young people with disabilities about their rights.  The cards

Comics by and for young people in care

When Our Place and Tyson and Lucy, the two comics for young people in care, went into circulation in January this year it was the

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