• identifying which Country/Place belongs to their mother’s side and which to their father’s side
  • identifying and naming features of Country/Place that belong to their own family and kinship groups, using drawings, photos or presentations to explain to others
  • using appropriate language and behaviour when approaching particular sites of significance and other elements of Country/Place, for example, whispering, silences, making one’s approach known
  • acknowledging that their first language is a birthright which establishes their identity with respect to their Country/Place and its traditions