For the Love of Meat

World Environment Day is coming up on Monday 5th June – engage your class with these teaching resources around Matthew Evans' For the Love of Meat.

Subjects include Geography and Design & Technology for Years 9-10.

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Join forces with Jan Fran and talented slam poet Sukhjit Kaur to learn how to express yourself through the art of spoken word.

Face Up To Racism at School

Use this teachers resource to explore race and prejudice with your class.
In this workshop, you’ll create 2 separate freehand collaborative street art pieces.
We’ve created a Small Business Secrets Learn page aligning inspiring small business stories to the Australian Economics and Business curriculum.
Harmony Day 2017

Celebrate Harmony Day by creating a collaborative artwork in your community. We've teamed up with four of Australia’s most outstanding urban artists – Brad Eastman, Haha, Ben Frost, and Kaff-eine to create DIY workshop resources.

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