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Paralympics Australia offer students the chance to engage with the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, with Paralympic printables and the opportunity to write a letter to a Paralympian.

Recycling with Binion! Interactive Online Session with ACT NoWaste

ACT NoWaste has designed an interactive online workshop available for P-2, 3-6 and 7-12 students across the ACT, delivered live by the ACT NoWaste Education Team. Sessions are available Monday to Thursday in Term 4. To book a free interactive 30 minute learning experience please contact bookings.nowaste@act.gov.au

These websites provide resources for learning about the environment and sustainability from a local ACT perspective. The Environment for Kids website is for students from years 4-6, and the Environment for Youth website is for years 7-10

Thousands of free curriculum-linked resources for school teachers and students!

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Birrigai Outdoor School

Cultural Integrity | Outdoor Education

Developed by the team at Birrigai Outdoor School, this is a collection of resources and activities curated and adapted to simulate what education looks like at Birrigai.



Canberra Cultural Institutions

General | Arts | Science | History | Civics

Explore the rich collection of online resources and digital connections Canberra's cultural institutions have to offer for primary and secondary audiences.