History/Society

PrimaryLeap

PrimaryLeap provides teachers, parents and homeschoolers with thousands of printables covering English, maths, science, geography, history and lots of fun themes for children.  ...read more »

Behind the News

News for kids by ABC.  Understanding current events made easier for kids.  Watch clips, read about the latest happenings around the world, and be informed about the issues.  ...read more »

Simpson History Prize 2014 - Entries Close 8 November 2013

08/11/2013

The History Teachers' Association of Australia (HTAA), together with HTAA State affiliates, conduct this competition for year 9 and 10 students on behalf of the Australian Government.  ...read more »

Commonwealth Website

The Commonwealth Secretariat website has resources and information on the 54 countries that support each other and work togehter towards shared goals.  ...read more »

Be The Hero!

Be the Hero! is a violence prevention program designed for use in groups of young men.  ...read more »

Youth Decide

The Australian Youth Climate Coalition (AYCC) and World Vision Australia have partnered to hold a national youth vote on climate change: Youth Decide ’09. We wanted to give 4.8 million young Australians the opportunity to have their voice heard on climate change and on government action that will shape our future.  ...read more »

Human Rights Information For Students

This Human Rights website is a great resource for students and young people on human rights in Australia, overseas, children's rights and a range of events and ideas on how to get involved.  ...read more »

BBC History

BBC History is an informative resource for facts on ancient and recent history, historic figures, archaeology, family history and more, with a great kids section.  ...read more »

Dig On Site

Dig is an archaeology magazine for kids.  dig™ lets young people share in the thrill of archaeological discovery while learning about the cultural, scientific, and architectural traits and beliefs of different societies.  Test your archaeology IQ, and ask questions answered by a live archaeologist!  ...read more »

Rulers (of the world)

This site contains lists of heads of state and heads of government (and, in certain cases, de facto leaders not occupying either of those formal positions) of all countries and territories, going back to about 1700 in most cases.  ...read more »

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