Schools will be provided with a range of ideas to help transform school grounds to protective physical environments including
An enjoyable collection of previously published pieces from award-winning author and historian Don Watson, who is also a humourist and was Paul Keating’s speechwriter and biographer.
A Pakistani family who sought asylum in Australia share their story over a 3-course meal, providing an opportunity to ask the questions you've never had the chance to ask an asylum seeker.
Colourful and stylised illustrations combine with clear, push-button vocals to teach kids 3 and over to say, “I Love You”, in Spanish, English, Mandarin, French and Japanese.
A collection of twenty-four press-out box templates for gifts, on sturdy cardboard accompanied with gold and white gift stickers.
A magazine-style book for young people that uncovers the life of dinosaurs through short articles, interviews (with discerning dinosaurs) and puzzles.
A picture book for 3-6 year olds showing how we need to care for and give thanks to our friends, family and the environment because everything is connected.
Four of ABC KIDS most popular preschool programs will be available in Mandarin as part of a 12-month trial on ABC iview and ABC KIDS iview.
Thousands of children will start the school year without education essentials as disadvantaged families struggle with the basic costs of their child’s public schooling. You can help.
This ebook for years 7 & 8 contains fictional narratives from ancient to medieval times, teaching history through stories that promote discussion and research.
Every year, Michelle Leonard travels more than 4,000km through remote rural towns in NSW to audition children for a youth choir & to teach them to dream.
When the University of South Australia rolls out the special blue carpet for its 25th Birthday Gala Dinner this month, almost 900 guests at the party will have the opportunity not only to celebrate their success, but also to contribute to someone else’s.
An anthology of poems for teachers of years 5-8, easily navigated to peruse poems based on author or to seek insight into enhancing curriculum requirements.
When a teenager dies, the impact on friends and family can be traumatic. An emotional cocktail of anger, guilt, loss, love and resentment that they haven’t worked out how to begin processing.
Less textbook, more interaction. The training provider who succeed at turning knowledge into practice.
Tucked away in Henley Beach lies a gem in the education system, which is working hard to ensure Adelaide's kids are taught a healthy respect towards marine conservation and sustainability.
In 2012, teenager Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head by the Taliban for speaking up for women's rights to education. In 2014 she won the Noble Peace Prize.
The non-profit organisation, The Smith Family, desperately needs volunteers to help young students, and take place in an online mentor program next year.
Engaging in your child's education will make them more successful in their longterm educational and employment endeavours and The Smith Family wants to help
In a world where staying inside and using technology seems to be the way of the future, it is nice to hear some positive news about the Art Gallery of South Australia. It has attracted record attendances - nearly 800,000 people in one year, with much of that attendance being made up of children and their families.