Welcome to the second edition of eStudies

We have had a great response to our new online magazine format. Teachers recognise that eStudies, now in its 18th year of publication, provides much-needed curriculum resources in a format that is more accessible to their students in the digital … Continue reading

Darwin Defenders Ceremony

The music performed by the Blackburn High School Band welcomed veterans, their families, VIPs and 250 school children from as far afield as Sale to the 72nd Anniversary Ceremony of the Darwin Defenders at the Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance on … Continue reading

Australian Curriculum History Years 3 To 6

Our team of dedicated professionals have been filming and researching around Australia to bring you the best Australian History Mysteries for the Australian Curriculum: History. Locations include Port Fairy, Harrow, the Rocks, The Endeavour, Mildura, Lake Condah, the National Museum of Australia, Canberra and Lake Mungo. When the weather improves we head to Tasmania and then up north to visit our Yunupingu family in Gove. Continue reading

STUDIES E-MAG

After 18 years, 54 editions and more than 250 printed curriculum units sent free of charge to all secondary schools throughout Australia, it’s time for STUDIES to become a digital magazine. The first e-mag edition’s feature unit will be on … Continue reading

The Glorious Days: Australia 1913

Australia in 1913 was a young nation, barely 12 years old and full of energy and ambition to build a glorious future. The inauguration of the new Federal Capital in March that year was celebrated as the creation of an … Continue reading

AustralianHistoryMysteries.info Primary School Resources

Seven case studies directly relevant to the National Curriculum: History Years 3 – 6 are now on the Australian History Mysteries subscription-based website. The website provides one case study – The Myths and Mysteries of the Crossing of the Blue Mountains – free of charge. Check out this case study and comprehensive summaries of the remaining case studies, including how they relate to the new national history curriculum, at AustralianHistoryMysteries.info. Continue reading