The eSafety Toolkit for Schools is designed to support schools to create safer online environments. The resources are backed by evidence and support a nationally consistent approach to preventing and responding to online safety issues.
eSafety’s Best Practice Framework for Online Safety Education establishes a consistent national approach that supports education systems across Australia to deliver high quality programs, with clearly defined elements and effective practices.
Children’s Rights Queensland strongly advocates for and promotes the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
While climate change affects all of us, people in developing countries are hit hardest. Find out how by using this printable Fact Sheet.
Global Goals Education aims to develop global citizens. We support schools, regardless of their means, in embedding the values, traits, competencies and literacies that enable young individuals to care for, contribute to and excel in a sustainable world.
There’s nothing average about trying to find this mean. Recreate the world on your wall to understand the differences between local and global temperatures.
Making your own source of renewable energy is a breeze! Wind turbines use wind power to create electricity. Next time you are outside the city, keep your eyes peeled for these towering electricity generators.
Turn sunlight into an oven to roast marshmallows and melt cheese! This activity is a tasty way to learn how light energy can be transmitted, absorbed and reflected.
Many household items are more than just the sum of their parts. Get a good look at what makes them tick in this activity!
Converting a home to 100% renewable energy can be a big job. But that’s not stopping Uralla in regional New South Wales. Not only do they want to convert their homes – they want to convert their entire town!