Our education projects include curriculum resource development, social impact campaigns and teacher training. All materials are developed by a collective of First Nations educators and young people to inspire teachers to creatively embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, peoples and cultures in their classrooms.
Our education projects aim to:
- Embed Aboriginal cultural content, values and approaches to wellbeing
- Increase awareness and better understanding of our nation’s true history
- Provide access to more Aboriginal-led and co-designed educational materials, training and tools
- Increase understanding and skills to support cultural outcomes.
Our team of Aboriginal educators are committed to a process of co-design with young people and partners on all our projects.
First Weapons explores the history and innovation behind the weapons used by First Nations peoples.
NAIDOC Week 2023
We’re so excited to share the National NAIDOC Week official resources for teachers, created in collaboration with ABC Education and highly respected educator, Dr Lynette Riley, AO.
The Australian Wars
In recognition of the documentary’s immense educational value, Blackfella Films and SBS Learn have collaborated with Culture is Life to publish curriculum-aligned education resources about the Frontier Wars.
Back To Nature
Comprehensive education materials for primary and secondary schools to deliver the key themes from the successful ABC Series Back to Nature.
Archie Roach Stolen Generations
“It’s important for younger people across this country to hear this song and understand it, because it’s an Australian story. It’s something that happened in this country and it’s still happening.” Uncle Archie Roach
Welcome To Our Country
Resources for Teachers, Parents and Carer‘s to support the ‘Welcome to Our Country’ series of children’s books, told by Adam Goodes and Ellie Lang with illustrations by David Hardy.