21 March 2014
Harmony Day is celebrated on March 21 every year with schools across the country organising events that celebrate the cohesive and inclusive nature of Australians.
It’s a day where activities and celebrations help students to understand how Australians of different backgrounds live together.
It provides a great opportunity for students to learn that not only do they share common ground with other cultures, but also that our differences make Australia a special place to live.
Join us in spreading the message that in this great country, everyone belongs.
Themed curriculum support resources on Harmony Day (lower primary and primary/middle years) are available on FTfs. You will find student facts, lesson and activity ideas, student activity sheets and extra resources.
For more information on Harmony Day 2014, including how you can get involved and material for students and teachers, visit the website: www.harmony.gov.au