2040 – 
Years 5 to 10

Embark on a journey to explore what the future would look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet and shifted them rapidly into the mainstream.

ARL (Planet Ark)
– Years 5 & 6

The Australasian Recycling Label (ARL) is an evidence-based system for Australia and New Zealand that provides you with easy-to-understand recycling information when you need it most – at the bin.

A Fire Inside
– Years 7 to 10

A Fire Inside turns a sensitive lens on the unprecedented devastation of Australia’s 2019/2020 ‘Black Summer’ bushfires and presents an inspirational look at the way people respond to crisis and its true cost to the human spirit.

Australian Human Rights Commission – Years 7 to 10

Explore the rights and freedoms of citizens and how Australians can actively and responsibly participate in their democracy.

Beyond the Bushfires
[email protected], Years 7 to 9

This education series brings the work of scientists who are actively involved in research and science communication into schools and classrooms all over Australia.

Big History
– Years 3 to 6

Everything students have ever wanted to know about the history of the universe, from the Big Bang through to the formation of the galaxy and our earth, the beginnings of life on earth.

Blue: the Film
– Early Learning to Year 10

With more than half of all marine life lost and the expansion of the industrialization of the seas, the film sets out the challenges we are facing and the opportunities for positive change.

– Early Learning, Primary

Bluey uses her imagination to turn everyday moments into fun adventures, full of play, learning and social interaction! The same philosophy is shown in each resource, encouraging role-play whilst developing mental and emotional resilience.

Bright Sparks (VISY)
– Foundation to Year 10

This curriculum package will explore the themes of recycling, closing the loop and taking positive action through a study of best practices.

Bush Blitz
– Years 5 to 9

Since 2010, Bush Blitz  has discovered more than 1700 new species and has added thousands of species records to what is already known, increasing our scientific knowledge to help us protect our biodiversity for generations to come.

Caring for Country
– Early Learning

This project is designed to educate, inform and up-skill educators as they begin to incorporate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into their practice. It explores broader ideas of what is meant by caring for, and connection to, Country.

Cisco Global Problem Solvers – Years 3 to 6

Engage students with the story of a diverse teen super-team from across the globe to take action against serious challenges.


Clean Up Australia
– Early Learning to Year 10

Inspire and empower kids by learning about waste and its impacts on the environment, and work together to organise a Clean Up event.

Cool Burning
– Years 5 to 10

This series of lessons is designed to educate students about the importance of Traditional Knowledge of Caring for Country. The resources are presented through the perspectives of Traditional Owners across Northern Australia.

Disaster Resilience
– Years 7 & 8

Disaster resilience education (DRE) is learning about natural hazards in the local environment and ways to keep communities safe from harm before, during and after an emergency or disaster.

Dying to Live
– Years 7 to 10

The documentary film Dying to Live, released in 2018, aims to raise awareness of the social, physical and emotional effects of being on the organ donor waiting list and dispel myths about organ and tissue donation.

Early Learning Hub
– Early Learning

Professional development courses, useful resources, teaching tips, and activity ideas to help Early Learning Educators improve outcomes for their children and centres and expand their creative horizons of learning experiences.

Earth Hour
– Early Learning to Year 10

These lesson has been created in partnership with WWF-Australia. Earth Hour is the world’s largest community-driven climate change campaign. At the centre of Earth Hour is switching off lights to show a commitment to taking action.

eSafety for Kids (SCSC)
– Years 5 & 6

The eSafety for Kids education package is a whole-school approach to eSafety. It provides all a school and parent/caregivers need to ensure kids are getting age-appropriate, consistent guidance on how to stay safe online.

Faber Castell
– Early Learning to Year 10

Children who are connected to their world and their environment are more likely to take action to care for it later in life. In these activities, children will explore key themes around sustainability through creativity. 

– Years 3 to 10

This series of lessons pulls together interviews, conversations and activities to stretch youngsters beyond the everyday and design an exciting new world.

In My Blood It Runs
– Years 9 & 10

When Dujuan cannot run nor fight alone, he faces the history that runs straight into him and realises that he has not only inherited the trauma and dispossession of his land, but also the resilience and resistance of many generations of his people. 

Including Everyone (DSA)
– Years 3 to 6

These resources have been developed to promote a better understanding of diversity and inclusive education and what adjustments can be made at school (and home) to support the participation of all.

IPCC Climate Change Resources – Years 6 to 10

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change.

Jump Rope for Heart
– Years 3 to 6

Join the skipping program that has helped primary school students move more, have fun, and raise vital funds for heart research, patient support and programs that help save lives.

Life After the Oasis
– Years 9 & 10

Ten years and six Prime Ministers later, with social inequality and homelessness worse than ever, Life After the Oasis revisits the original participants, who show how their lives have changed since those fraught times. 

Lord Howe Island
– Years 5 to 10

The vastly undisturbed, original natural vegetation and pristine beaches, coral reef and marine environment make Lord Howe Island an excellent place to observe evolution, particularly natural selection, speciation, and the impact of introduced species.

Love Food? Love Bees!
– Early Learning to Year 10

Bees pollinate a whopping TWO THIRDS of our food production. We need to be smart about how we use resources today, to make sure they are available in abundance in future years. 

– Years 3 to 8

You don’t have to be an experienced filmmaker to take part in MobileMuster’s Film Competition – all you need is an idea, imagination and motivation. The theme for 2022 is ‘The Science of Recycling’.

– Years 3 to 8

NAIDOC is celebrated by people from all walks of life, Indigenous and non‑Indigenous. The week is a great opportunity to participate in a range of activities and to support and amplify the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

National Reconciliation Week
– Early Learning to Year 10

The 2022 theme, “Be Brave. Make Change.” is a challenge to all Australians to Be Brave and tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation so we can Make Change for the benefit of all Australians.

National Recycling Week
– Foundation to Year 10

National Recycling Week is held in the second week of November each year but you can recycle all year round with these lessons which were designed to be used at any time.

Ocean Conservation
– All Year Levels

These lessons are all about the ocean, engaging students in ocean science and supporting young people to be active and aware of science-driven research.

Poverty and Inequality
– All Year Levels

Does poverty exist in Australia? The answer is ‘yes’. In these lessons, students will find out who is affected and what needs to be changed to reduce poverty.

Regenerating Australia
– Years 5 to 10

The film explores regeneration – putting life at the centre of every action and decision, and bringing vitality and renewed growth to our communities and ecosystems. 

Roots and Shoots
– Foundation to Year 6

Roots & Shoots is a global network of young people taking action to improve our world. It is a youth-led action program that is currently making a difference in over 50 countries.

Schools Tree Day
– Early Learning to Year 10

Schools Tree Day (and National Tree Day) is all about regeneration – whether it’s ecosystems recovering from the vicious bushfires, or our mental and emotional recovery in the wake of COVID-19.

Social Enterprise Education
– Years 5, 6 & 9

Entrepreneurship education for the improvement of social issues! Imagine being able to develop within your students the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to run a business while tackling some of society’s biggest issues.

– Early Learning to Year 10

These great lessons let you integrate health across the curriculum with a focus on the impact of sugar. Developed in partnership with SugarByHalf, this set of lessons aims to empower students to make informed food choices.

STOP The Coward’s Punch
– Years 7 to 10

Learn about the impacts of unnecessary and cowardly acts of violence and help to bring about a positive mindset and behaviour change with strategies and age-appropriate information in engaging and creative ways.

Take 3 for the Sea
– Years 4 to 10

In this series of lessons for Upper Primary and Secondary students, we look at how individual, community and global actions impact our waterways.

The Conversation – 
– Years 7 to 10

Bringing The Conversation into the classroom through Cool Australia lets educators introduce suitable content for each year level helping students to better understand current affairs and complex issues.

The Final Quarter
– Years 5 to 12

These resources are designed to support teachers and students in exploring the key themes of Australian documentary, The Final Quarter.

The Leadership
– Year 10

The Leadership delivers an unexpected and original reflection on what it takes to be a good leader and unearths systemic obstacles to women’s advancement in science and beyond.

The Oasis
– Years 3 to 6

The Oasis aims to raise awareness of youth homelessness, celebrate the resilience of young people experiencing homelessness in Australia and empower young people to take action to prevent youth homelessness in the future.

The Show
– Years 5 & 6

These lessons have been developed in partnership with the experts at The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria to help your class understand where their food comes from.

Toyota Dream Car Competition
– Foundation to Year 6

Toyota Dream Car Competition is a chance for tomorrow’s engineers, designers and creative thinkers to let their imaginations run wild by drawing an image of their ‘Dream Car’.

UN SDG Goals
– All Year Levels

We’ve put together a selection of great resources for both Primary and Secondary year levels that align with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Volkswagon Footy Fit
– Years 3 to 6

These lessons are more than just a workout; kids can learn about how their body works, how to care for their muscles and what they need to do to be fit.

War on Waste
– Foundation to Year 10

This series lets you bring the topic of waste management to a multitude of subjects, engaging students in the curriculum through topical content.

Waste and Recycling
– All Year Levels

Teachers and parents, are you struggling to find fun, engaging and evidence-based resources to help you teach the importance of recycling and waste management? Look no further.

Where Happiness Hides
– Early Learning

A story that invites you to find the mysterious places where happiness might be waiting for you. Join two children as they find the keys to happiness in the small moments of their everyday life.

Wild Things
– Years 8 to 10

Wild Things is a documentary that explores this history and that follows a new generation of activists as they take on issues such as logging of old-growth forests, fossil fuels and renewable energy, and climate change.

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