Season 4 resources

Available now: Classroom resources about the global refugee crises in 2018 for the fourth installment of Go Back To Where You Came From - LIVE.

 

Years 10 to 12: English

Develop empathy, think critically and analyse the context of the refugee crisis in Syria, as part of the Go Back To Where You Came From - Live resources.
Develop empathy, think critically and analyse the context of the refugee crisis in South Sudan, as part of the Go Back To Where You Came From Live resources.
Develop empathy, think critically and analyse the context of refugee crises, as part of the Go Back To Where You Came From Live resources.
This document provides a guide to measure student comprehension and model responses to the questions posed in the ...

Australian Red Cross

SBS has partnered with Australian Red Cross to create educational resources to accompany the fourth season of Go Back To Where You Came From, airing on SBS in...

Season 3 classroom resources

Classroom resources created in partnership with SBS and Australian Red Cross for the third season of Go Back To Where You Came From, in 2015. Information included correct at time of publication.

 

Years 9 to 12: English, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Arts.

Classroom resources created in partnership with SBS and Australian Red Cross for the third season of Go Back To Where You Came From, in 2015. Information included...

Go Back 3 - Nicole's Journey

Supplementary resource to the Go Back 3 Teacher Notes. Produced in 2015.

Go Back 3 - Davy's Journey

Supplementary resource to the Go Back 3 Teacher Notes. Produced in 2015.

Go Back 3 - Jodi's Journey

Supplementary resource to the Go Back 3 Teacher Notes. Produced in 2015.
SBS has partnered with Australian Red Cross to create innovative learning resources to accompany the third series of Go Back To Where You Came From.

Season 2 classroom resources

Classroom resources for the second season of Go Back To Where You Came From in 2012. Information included correct at time of publication.

 

These resources were developed in 2012 for the second season of Go Back To Where You Came From, and have been republished in 2018.
An education resource to help secondary students understand refugees in Australia.