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June 23rd 2017
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New Education Package: Indigenous Perspectives

Ahead of 2017 NAIDOC Week, the ACTF has compiled a range of engaging educational content and support materials which represent the diverse experiences of Indigenous Australian children. 

NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This year’s celebrations will be held from July 2-9. The content and teaching materials in our new Indigenous Perspectives Education Package will support teachers in exploring these themes with upper primary and secondary students.

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Classroom resources for 2022 Refugee Week

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Final chance to register for virtual learning events

Our two upcoming live events will build primary school students’ understandings of story and character on screen.

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Second series of award-winning First Day now available

A four-part sequel to the Emmy Award winning first series First Day is now available to educators via the ACTF Shop.

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