The Egyptian Empire was once the pinnacle of civilisation. An explosion of wealth, power and creativity made it the envy of the ancient world. But what led to its downfall?
This year NAIDOC Week is all about the groundbreaking achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. Here are the stories of some of those trailblazers and activists.
The English language has evolved into far more than an integral communicative tool. Explore the power of words as a spotlight is shone on the next generation of wordsmiths.
The storming of the Bastille by a mob of Parisians on July 14, 1789, set loose a generation of warfare and sowed the seeds for the modern political system.
When Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79AD, it left a trail of destruction in its wake. Among them, the ancient Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum.
There are a number of hazards at the beach, regardless of how safe you think you may be, so it is important to know what to avoid and what to do if you get in trouble.
Wondering what sport you should introduce to your class next? Follow the adventures of these inspirational women and girls participating in a range of sports to get some ideas.
What does it mean to be Australian? What does "an Australian" even look like? Explore depictions of this country, its people and culture through films representing life Down Under. And then consider, what do we think makes us so unique?
In a world that very often feels Orwellian there's never been a more relevant time to study dystopian-themed movies and novels.
Using clips from films, TV and the news, learning outcomes such as understanding sarcasm, seeking assistance, apologising and persuasive arguments are put under the multimedia microscope.