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Resources for schools

Geographic information

Provides information about Australia's landforms, dimensions and land tenure, plus links to topographic mapping. Find our highest mountains, longest rivers and significant rock features and waterfalls.

Geoscience Australia


Find out the effects of garbage and oil pollution on marine environments. Kids page also includes links to games and puzzles.

Australian Maritime Safety Authority

Australia Telescope Outreach and Education

This site provides the media and the general public with information about the Australia Telescope National Facility and educational resources on many aspects of astronomy. Link from Australia Telescope National Facility (ATNF) home page.

CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

Australian CensusAtSchool

CensusAtSchool is a free Internet based data education research data, developed by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) for Australian teachers and students.

Australian Bureau of Statistics

Before the Storm

iPhone and iPod touch – An educational game, for middle year students, designed to get one thinking about storm preparation and disaster resilience.

Attorney-General's Department

Budd:e Cybersecurity builder

Offers primary and secondary student a fun way to learn about the risks people take by going online, and the possible consequences. Also covers measures we can all use to help reduce the security risks.

Department of Communications

Bullying. No way!

School communities around Australia can increase understanding about the issues surrounding bullying, harassment and violence, hear others' stories, find out about resources, and share strategies and success stories across the nation.

Safe and Supportive School Communities Project

Civics and Citizenship Education

Provides teaching and learning resources relating to all aspects of the democratic process in Australia.

Education Services Australia Limited

Classroom Antarctica

Helps both teachers and students gain a greater awareness of the global importance of Antarctica, of Australia's role in Antarctica, past and present, and our commitment to its future.

Australian Antarctic Division

CSIRO Science Education Centres

There are nine CSIRO Science Education Centres around Australia. Excite and educate students and teachers with curriculum linked hands-on workshops at your school or our centres. They also run Double Helix events, holiday programs and other activities.

CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation


CSIROpedia explores some of CSIRO's greatest innovations and discoveries across the decades. It tells the story of their achievements and achievers.

CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation


Provides activities, resources and practical advice to help children, young people, teens and parents safely enjoy the online world. Cybersmart also offers training and resources for schools and materials for library staff.

Australian Communications and Media Authority

Disaster resilience education for schools

Links to a resource site on emergency management for Australian students and teachers. Site contains teaching resources, images, competitions, and other information for learning about emergency management.

Attorney-General's Department

Do it yourself science

Try your hand at exciting experiments and activities at home or at school with everyday equipment. Mix some slime, build a rocket or make sultanas dance!

CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

Education (CSIRO)

CSIRO offers science programs and resources for schools, special events around Australia and a great range of at-home science for all ages.

CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

Education Programs at the Australian National Botanic Gardens

Join educators at the Australian National Botanic Gardens on a 40 hectare outdoor living classroom for an array of hands-on engaging, curriculum-linked educational experiences.

Department of the Environment


Provides education resources suitable for students, teachers and families. Explore lesson plans, videos, general information and games.

Murray-Darling Basin Authority

Educational services

Australian Bureau of Statistics page with educational resources for teachers and students, including CensusAtSchool, education and training related statistics, and reference material.

Australian Bureau of Statistics

Face the Facts – rightsED

Provides accurate and easy to understand information about Indigenous peoples, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.

Australian Human Rights Commission

For teachers and students – whales, dolphins and porpoises

Information for teachers and students about whales, dolphins and porpoises including discovery game and minke whale video.

Department of the Environment

Get Voting

Does your school hold elections? Get Voting makes it easy to run a fair and fun school election. Get Voting encourages the school community to value voting - developing students' trust, confidence and motivation to participate in their democracy.

Australian Electoral Commission

Global Education

Supports teachers to include a global perspective in their classrooms. The website has been developed to meet changes in teaching, technology and learning styles.

Education Services Australia Limited

Human rights in the school classroom

Provides a range of rightsEd resources mapped to the national curriculum and including interactive activities for teachers and their students. Learning outcomes linked to curriculum are included in each resource.

Australian Human Rights Commission


KidsMatter is a mental health promotion, prevention and early intervention initiative especially developed for primary schools and early childhood education and care services

Australian Psychological Society

Making multicultural Australia

Aims to assist young people of upper primary school and high school age, parents, teachers and the wider community explore Australian cultural diversity.

Board of Studies NSW


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