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Student Wellbeing Hub: primary student resources

The primary students' section of the hub contains resources designed for use with students from Foundation to Year 6. Information and activities are provided to help students learn about building respectful relationships with others, online safety, keeping healthy and making informed choices, about alcohol and other drugs. ...

Student Wellbeing Hub: secondary student resources

The secondary students' section of the hub contains resources designed for use with students from Year 7 to Year 12. Information and activities are provided to help support and strengthen student wellbeing. Topics focus on keeping safe, through providing information on online safety, as well as alcohol and other drugs, ...

National Safe Schools Framework: a supportive and connected school culture

This is a web resource promoting development of a supportive and connected school culture, an important aspect of safe schools. It describes eight characteristics of a supportive and connected school culture and includes key practices and effective actions that contribute to a safe school. The resource includes an introductory ...

Student Wellbeing Hub

This website, based on the National Safe Schools Framework, offers resources to ensure Australian schools provide a safe and supportive learning environment for all students, free from harassment, aggression, violence and bullying. The site addresses the emerging challenges of cybersafety and cyberbullying and focuses on ...

In proportion: variables in ratios

Complete customer orders for a large hardware store by interpreting the ratios. Work in the gardening department to fill orders for liquid fertiliser (expressed as ratios). Examine the equations suggested to you by your colleagues. Choose and solve the correct equation to complete each order. This learning object is the ...

In proportion: variables in rates and scales

Complete customer orders for a large hardware store by interpreting rates and scales. Work in the gardening department to fill orders for mulch (expressed as rates), and help out with scale plans in the timber department. Examine the equations suggested to you by your colleagues. Choose and solve the correct equation to ...

EagleCat: motion graphs

Investigate distance–time and velocity–time graphs by changing position, speed and acceleration.

In proportion: ratios

Complete customer orders for a large hardware store by interpreting the ratios. Work in the gardening department to fill orders for fertiliser, to the strength requested by customers. You will need to set ratios for water:concentrate. Use the machine to set the ratios, create the right amounts and mix the fertiliser. Explore ...

In proportion: rates and scales

Complete customer orders for a large hardware store by interpreting the rates and scales. Work in the gardening department to fill orders for mulch (expressed as rates) and help out with scale plans in the timber department. Use the machine to set the rates, create the right amounts and deliver the mulch. Use the scale ...

Kimberley Cops, 2001: Swimming with the kids

This clip shows Western Australian policeman Sergeant Neil Gordon and colleague Tony Gaskell in the Balgo community, driving to a waterhole to swim with Indigenous Australian children. Over footage of the policemen, children and Indigenous adults swimming, Gordon explains that a range of such activities aims to foster mutual ...

Everyone Everyday Program - Years 3 and 4

This resource is a unit of work about disability awareness with a focus on the concept of inclusion. It includes an introductory page for teachers and 13 lesson plans. Each lesson has an overview, links to the Australian Curriculum, sequence of learning, activities and linked resources. Themes explored include: being informed, ...

bCyberwise Monster Family App

This is a game application for mobile devices that consolidates messages about cyber ethics and cyber safety. The resource supports learning about internet safety including, protecting personal information, recognising safe websites, help seeking and positive and respectful online behaviour. It contains a 2D exploration ...

Narragunnawali: School Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs)

A Reconciliation Action Plan is a formal statement of commitment to reconciliation. As part of the Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Schools and Early Learning program Reconciliation Australia has created an online tool that supports schools to create their own model for action. The self-service tool uses a framework organised ...

Factsheet: national reconciliation

This is a two-page PDF fact sheet providing information about the meaning of reconciliation in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia and the events and objectives of National Reconciliation Week. It highlights ways in which we can move towards greater reconciliation through closing the gaps ...

'The Combination', 2009

These are three clips from a feature film 'The Combination' about ethnic conflict between Lebanese Australians and Anglo-Australians in western Sydney and the attempts of one young Lebanese man to help his brother make good decisions. The first clip shows a young Lebanese Australian called John coming to the rescue of Sydney, ...

Everyone Everyday Program - Years 1 and 2

This resource is a unit of work about disability awareness with a focus on the concept of inclusion. It includes an introductory page for teachers and eight lesson plans. Each lesson has an overview, links to the Australian Curriculum, sequence of learning, activities and linked resources. Themes explored include: uniqueness, ...

The Book Show - Peter Carey, 1992: You must like your characters

This clip shows Australian novelist Peter Carey being interviewed by the ABC's 'The Book Show' host Andrea Stretton on the subject of his recently published novel 'The Tax Collector'. Filmed while sitting on the balcony of a city building, Carey appears relaxed as he responds to Stretton's questions about the novel's characters, ...

The place that's right for me

Explore a range of Australian environments: eucalypt forest, hollow log, river bank and desert. Find animals that live there. Examine how each animal's body parts are adapted to living in its habitat. Look at a range of Australian animals such as a kookaburra, wombat, frog and lizard. Explore how their body parts are adapted ...

In proportion: graphs of ratios, rates and scales

Complete customer orders for a large hardware store by interpreting ratios, rates and scales. Work in the manager's office and discover how ratios, rates and scales can be represented as graphs. Use the graphs to discover quantities for garden fertiliser ingredients, the cost of mulch, and for finding lengths of timber ...

Ottoman Empire (1301-1922)

This resource is about the rise and fall of the Islamic Ottoman Empire. It includes text and some images. The resource is organised under eight topic headings: Introduction; Why was the Empire successful?; Constantinople; Other religions; Sultan and court; Suleiman – a golden age; Decline; and Find out more. The images ...