All in Civics and Citizenship
Use this matrix with Kate and Jol Temple's books to empower student voice and agency in the classroom.
Start the school year feeling inspired and ready to empower voice and choice in your classroom.
Discover how referendums work with this graphic story by cartoonist David Conley.
Take students through the process of a referendum, from how the question is written to voting day.
An illustrated guide to The Australian Constitution by cartoonist David Conley.
Support students to spread kindness and look after their own wellbeing.
Learn what the Constitution is, what a referendum is and the issues Australians have voted on in the past.
Learn about referendums and how they work.
This activity is designed to support students’ understanding of equality and the issues people face.
Use this matrix to support students as they consider how they can participate and contribute.
Use this matrix to support students to consider how they can be the best version of themselves.
Use this matrix with Andy Geppert's picture books to explore decision making and celebrating difference.
30 minute sessions with practical resources for leadership, civics and citizenship and media literacy.
Use this resource to encourage kind actions that create positive change.
Support students to take leadership actions, record their findings and make a difference in their community.
Use this resource to begin a discussion about social media use, safety and balance.
Through this series, support students to learn about power, media and citizenship.
Analyse how each type of media works – why it was made, who for, and how to read and understand it.
Introduce students to the importance of being media literate citizens.
Understand plastic waste as an issue, discuss sustainability and empower student voice and agency.
Caricatures can inspire conversations and draw attention to important issues in a creative way.
How can we better support local bees?
Ways to stay informed and participate in the election process without voting.
Tells the stories of Old Parliament House from a First Nations perspective.
Learn about the importance of technology in our democracy.
Explore ways to actively participate in democracy.
See the hidden safe at Old Parliament House and hear a story about someone who once got stuck in there.
Visit the Press Gallery and see the journalists' busy offices. Learn about the role of the media in democracy.
Find out about the mace at Old Parliament House – where it came from, what it symbolises and how it was used.
Explore the role of media in our democracy.
Start a conversation about why democracy, good leadership and social justice are important.
Test students' knowledge of democracy.
Critically reflect on the information in political campaign posters.
Encourage students to reflect on migration and explore their own family history.
Explores how to connect with your local representatives and what changes you can make to help others.
Find out how laws are created and what happens in Question Time.
Delve into the design of Canberra and explore the role of museums and galleries in a capital city.
Draws attention to the human-made problems for marine animals and encourages care for our oceans.
Explores Australia's national anthem through beautiful illustrations.
Hear the story of Oodgeroo Noonuccal and her work towards First Nations rights and freedoms.
Hear the story of the first woman leader of a political party in Australia.
Explore the significant contributions of women to our democracy.
Journalist Gay Davidson was the first woman to head a press bureau in Parliament House.
Explore parliamentary debates from the last 100 years of records.
What can clothes symbolise and what can they tell us about other times and people?
Compare the symbols and kinds of clothing worn by historical figures.
Explore how a parliament works and how students can participate in democracy.
Tells the story of the conservation of Sir Edmund Barton's coatee.
Students investigate the UN Rights of the Child and active citizenship through this authentic experience.
This teacher-facilitated program connects students with significant places in the Parliamentary Triangle.
Students engage in deep learning as they explore civic participation in a functioning democracy.
Students recreate the drama using authentic speeches in the very place that the dismissal occurred.
Students explore conservation issues as they examine objects from both sides of the Franklin River debate.
Explore the role of media and support students to be empowered, informed digital citizens.
Explore the power of letter-writing and empower young people as changemakers.
Hear the stories of significant First Nations Australians who have worked to create democratic change.
Through discussion and real-world examples students consider simple changes to support sustainability.
Using political cartoons, students develop their critical thinking and media skills.
Through activities, real-world examples and collaboration, students reflect on their leadership qualities.
Learn to support authentic conversations with students and build their capacity to be active citizens.
Learn how to engage students with our democracy and build their media literacy and critical thinking skills.
Discover traditions, connect with people who made change and consider the important role of young people.
Explore what a referendum is and how they work through cartooning.