NAIDOC Week 2019

Developed with the National NAIDOC Committee, resources exploring this year’s NAIDOC Theme of ‘Voice. Treaty. Truth’. Years F – 6: English, HASS, H&PE. Years 7 – 10: English, History, Geography, Visual Arts, Drama.

Everyone's Game

Celebrate diversity and women's football through classroom activities inspired by the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019™. Years 5-8: English, Geography, Mathematics, and Health & Physical Education.
New resource for SBS series, The Family Law season 3. Years 7-10: English, Drama and Media Arts.

Go Back To Where You Came From

Featuring source material from across SBS and the International Committee for the Red Cross, it encourages students to analyse the context of global refugee crises in 2018, based on the locations set in this year's series. Years 10 – 12: English.
International students should understands their rights and responsibilities. Check out these fact sheets listing important information about housing, employment, health and well-being, legal support and more. Available in 7 languages.

Filthy Rich & Homeless

Take the discussion from the TV screen into the classroom with the Filthy Rich and Homeless curriculum linked resources Years 9&10: English, and Health & Physical Education.

Cultural Diversity Study Guides

Partnering with ATOM, SBS has created study guides to accompany the SBS CCP to build capability around inclusion & cultural diversity in Australia. Years 7 to 10: Civics & Citizenship, English, Health & Physical Education, Media Arts, & History.

The Harmony Game

Celebrate diversity through classroom activities inspired by football. Years 5 – 8: English, Geography, Mathematics, and Health & Physical Education.

Grace Beside Me

Explore the Indigenous realm of culture, Country, and spirits with NITV's latest children's TV series, Grace Beside Me. Years 4 – 8: English, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Media Arts.

Small Business Secrets

Small Business Secrets is a weekly SBS TV program shining a light on the small business owners and innovators playing a vital role in Australia’s economic growth.

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