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1)How does the service identify and implement the cultures of the children, families, educators and the local community?2)In consideration of each new family that enrols in an ECEC service, how could the service show flexibility in their practices regarding individual culture and values?3)Think of ways that cultural competence could be implemented into an ECEC service. Make one suggestion for each of the following:play experiencesChildren and families could bring in equipment that is significant in their culture to the service, to teach the other students and educators about its meaning and importance to that culture.policies Educators and families should be provided with the anti-bias, inclusion, gender, cultural and competency policies of the centre, and be informed of the importance each one has at the service.curriculum A program can embrace all cultures, values and beliefs and show cultural competence by:Page 9of 14CHCECE001 Develop cultural competencyCHCDIV001 Work with diverse people CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/pr Torres Strait Islander cultural safety, V7 January 2016
Celebrating the holidays and festivals of the different cultures and religions of the children