Amy Gillett Foundation
Cycling Safety for Students
A primary school program to promote a safer bike riding environment in Australia.
Resources include: a curriculum-linked unit of work, activity sheets, extra cross-curricular lessons, bike safety facts/tips for students, and ‘just for fun’ activities.
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)
Australian content from across ABC TV and radio and high-quality video footage from around the world.
Resources include hundreds of videos, audio clips and games.
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Australian Olympic Committee
Australian Olympic Education
A wide range of education resources focusing on the Olympic Games for use in your classroom.
Resources are available for lower primary, primary and secondary year levels.
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Australian Organic Schools
Education resources relating to organic gardening and produce.
Resources include comprehensive, curriculum-linked units of work (on the topics of organic gardening, nutrition and farm-to-me), activity sheets, student fun activities and resources for parents/carers and the canteen.
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Australian Securities & Investments Commission (Australian Government)
ASIC’s comprehensive strategy to develop consumer and financial literacy capabilities in young Australians.
Resources for teachers include units of work, digital activities, and ‘MoneySmart Schools’ – a program to assist teachers to implement consumer and financial literacy education.
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Beyond Bank Australia
Beyond Money – earning > saving > spending – primary education program
Beyond Money is a free financial literacy education program designed for students in years 5 to 7.
Resources include a seven-topic unit of work, student fact sheets, work sheets and SMART Notebook files, and paper craft characters for students to make.
Note: A sample of these resources can be viewed in Themed curriculum support resources Beyond Money on this website.
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Dairy Australia has developed new Discover Dairy resources, including a suite of Inquiry Units and activity ideas for use in your classroom.
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Create It Comp for students
To celebrate its Centenary, Engineers Australia is running a competition that encourages students them to think ‘If anything is possible and you had unlimited time, money, help, and skill, what would you engineer?’ Students need to draw, paint, or build their idea, and submit their entry with a 100-word blurb describing the idea.
The competition is now open, with entry categories for primary and high school students, and closes on 30 September 2019.
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Home Affairs (Australian Government Department of)
Assists with educating about the importance of cultural diversity. Harmony Day encourages values, promotes participation and provides fun ways for students to learn.
Resources include early childhood, primary and lower secondary lesson plans, student work sheets and more.
Note: Harmony Day resources be also be found in Themed curriculum support resources Harmony Day on this website.
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KESAB environmental solutions
STUFF AT HOME – put it in the right bin
Consists of an interactive house which is a fun and engaging way to educate students about the correct disposal of common household items.
Also included are student facts, cross-curricular lesson ideas and accompanying student activity sheets.
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KESAB environmental solutions
Junk Craft™ activities provide a great way for you to combine common classroom resources with recycled materials and objects from nature to create interesting craft items.
Resources include instructions and templates for six craft activities – a Koala & Bilby, Redback Spider, Leafy Sea Dragon, Captain Arthur Phillip’s Hat, First Fleet Tall Ship and War Commemorative items.
Also includes related facts for students and curriculum-aligned lessons to complement and extend craft activities.
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KESAB environmental solutions & City of Port Adelaide Enfield
Foods scraps to compost
Educates schools and the wider community about the effective use of the green organics bin to divert food scraps from landfill.
Resources include lesson ideas and student work sheets, student facts, engaging interactives and fun activities for students.
Although developed for South Australia, resources are relevant for a national audience.
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KESAB environmental solutions & Green Industries SA
Wipe Out Waste (WOW)
This program is a whole school community approach to waste management and learning. It offers professional development sessions, bin material audits, field trips and a range of education resources (including lessons, videos, big books and interactive games) to support waste management.
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KESAB environmental solutions & SA Water
Water – Let’s be sustainable
Useful information about water – how it is treated, when it is safe to drink, how to use it wisely and who’s looking after it. There are also statistics about water use in several Aboriginal communities.
Resources include a curriculum-linked unit of work, student work sheets, informative e-books (with read aloud functions) and several interactives (quiz, animated diagram and board game) to engage students.
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KESAB environmental solutions & Sims Metal Management (Australian metal recycling company)
Sims Metal Management is a world leader in metal recycling. This microsite incorporates resources for the community and educators on the topic of metal recycling. You will find an interactive tour of one of SMM’s processing facilities, fact sheets, lesson ideas and worksheets (including sheets for fast finishers).
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KESAB environmental solutions in partnership with Australian Packaging Covenant and WRIGLEY
Resources to educate students about litter issues in local, national and global contexts.
Resources include lessons, student work sheets, animations and interactives.
Go Litter Less
Meat & Livestock Australia
Australian Good Meat
Good Meat provides important information about cattle, sheep and goat production in Australia, focusing primarily on animal welfare, protecting the environment, and health and nutrition. The site contains an education resources section where you can find study guides, lesson ideas, activity sheets, digital lessons and more.
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National Australia Day Council
Designed to support and promote active citizenship with young Australians.
Inquiry focused resources target three age levels: Years 3 – 6 ‘Hero’, Years 5 – 7 ‘Australia Day Celebrations’ and Years 7 – 8 ‘Exploring Australian of the Year Awards’.
Note: Australia related resources be also be found in Themed curriculum support resources Australia on this website.
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Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner
Education resources include those for primary and secondary students relating to cyberbullying.
A Kids Helpline is provided and eSafety resources for parents.
Royal Australian Mint (Australian Government)
Investigating Australian Coins
Resource materials to educate about the history of Australia’s coins, their value and how they are made. Included are curriculum appropriate units of work, lesson ideas, student work sheets and fun interactives for lower primary, primary and middle years teachers and students.
Note: Resources can also be found in Themed curriculum support resources Investigating Australian Coins on this website.
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Royal Life Saving Society – Australia
Royal Life Saving Society – Australia
Works to prevent downing and facilitate healthy, active lifestyles by equipping all Australian with water safety skills.
In the ‘Schools’ section you will find a number of different education programs with water safety messages for all ages.
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Safe and Supportive School Communities Working Group
Bullying. NO WAY!
This website has a range of resources (including lesson plans, videos and posters) for schools, students and the wider community to take action against bullying.
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