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Resources for schools

Find government educational resources for schools.

Resources for students and teachers

Investigate the National Archives' collection through education resources designed to connect with life in the classroom.

National Archives of Australia

Shell Questacon Science Circus

A partnership between Questacon and the Australian National University, science graduates bring lively presentations of science to towns and schools across regional Australia while they study for a Master of Science Communication Outreach.

Questacon - The National Science and Technology Centre

Student and teacher resources - Great Barrier Reef

Studying the Great Barrier Reef, use this information in the classroom or for your next school assignment.

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

Students & teachers

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Subject-specific experiments and activities from the Bureau of Meteorology, designed for students and teachers. Resources include brochures, weather kits, health & physical education, mathematics, science, SOSE (geography), and the arts.

Bureau of Meteorology

Sustainability education

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Helps develops skills, knowledge and values that promote behaviour in support of a sustainable environment. It is not confined to formal schooling. It also occurs in a wide range of non-formal education settings at work and at home.

Department of the Environment

Take a Stand Together

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Provides students with tips and advice which they can apply to different bullying situations.

Safe and Supportive School Communities Project

Tax, Super + You. Take control

Educational resource for use by individuals, students and teachers to help improve understanding of the Australian tax and superannuation systems.

Australian Taxation Office

The Allen Adventure

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This fun and interactive app teaches children social and emotional skills and how to identify and deal with inappropriate behaviour from other children. Suitable for children from 3 to 8 years of age.

Safe and Supportive School Communities Project