Our RAP

We acknowledge the Kulin nation of peoples as the traditional owners of the land. The Wurundjeri people were the custodians of the land where our schools sit.

Gilson College is in the process of developing a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), a formal document that outlines our commitment to ‘Reconciliation’ in Australia. The RAP is committed to the achievement of authentic reconciliation, justice, equity, and healing.

We are committed to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff members in our school and potentially the broader community, through cultural safety and respectfully embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into our practice.

Our finalised RAP will be available here soon.