The summer of 2019-20 has been a horrific one for bushfires in Australia. Help your students understand the causes and science of bushfires, and meet the people fighting — and recovering from — the phenomenon.
With classroom-ready clips for term 1, put some of the big issues of the summer in context, and discuss Lunar New Year, Australia Day, Safer Internet Day, Clean Up Australia Day and Harmony Day as well.
Challenge the limits and assumptions of your students with this range of award-winning and thought-provoking documentaries. Reveal new insights into the natural world, history, and the way we grow as a culture.
Take a journey around the globe's major religions, including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism. Discover how believers see the world and celebrate it.
Which TV shows do primary school teachers turn to in the classroom? Explore the range of popular educational and entertaining series made for children, starting with the episodes viewed most by teachers.
With classroom-ready clips and programs for term 1, put some of the big issues of the summer in context, and discuss Lunar New Year, Australia Day, Safer Internet Day, Clean Up Australia Day, International Women's Day and Harmony Day as well.
Get ready for some of the red letter days in the school calendar with this collection of videos for Australia Day, Clean Up Australia Day, Harmony Day, Easter, Ramadan, Anzac Day, NAIDOC Week, Book Week, Remembrance Day, Christmas and more.
Discover the most-loved films among teachers with a range of popular movies and curriculum favourites. Find engaging ways to discuss personal challenges, relationships and ethical questions with students.
Look back on the history of Australia and how it informs the debate around Australia Day. Consider the perspectives of Aboriginal Australians and others. Learn about significant people, places and events in our nation's history.
Time travel in the classroom with this range of videos on topics suitable for primary school students. Be entertained by Horrible Histories and enchanted by My Place. You might even want to try some of the History Hunters' experiments out for yourself.