With so many learning resources and supports available, it can be difficult to know where to begin, so we have picked a few of our favourites to get you started.


FUSE has been put together by the Victorian Department of Education and Training, and boasts free curriculum linked resources in all subjects, which can be filtered by Primary, Secondary, or even Early Childhood.

ABC Education

ABC Education has thousands of free resources for Primary and Secondary students linked to the curriculum, across all major subject areas. ABC has also been working with state and territory governments to support their resources with educational tv programming, as well as through on-demand programs that can be accessed via ABC iView.


Twinkl has a host of free and paid resources, including primary resources that are linked to the Australian Curriculum across the core subjects, as well as Special Educational Needs resources. Resources can be filtered by state curriculum and learning outcomes.

Australia’s Science Channel

Australia’s Science Channel has been developed by The Royal Institution of Australia and is home to free videos, articles and resources linked to the Australian National Curriculum and supporting learning across STEM subjects. Resources can be filtered by topic, keyword or even curriculum code.

Australian Curriculum Lessons

Australian Curriculum Lessons is a curated, crowdsourced library of resources linked to the Australian Curriculum. It contains resources up to Year 10 level for Maths, English and Science, and a collection of resources on other subjects, including humanities, arts, languages and PE.

Cool Australia

Cool Australia has free curriculum aligned resources for supporting learning in Humanities, Science, Maths, Sustainability, Business, Civics and Citizenship and more. To help parents who are transitioning to home learning, they have handpicked some resources that are perfect for home use, to get started.

Learning Potential

Learning Potential is a free Australian Government resource consisting of articles, activities and tool kits to support your child’s learning across many areas including numeracy, literacy, science, wellbeing, creativity, life skills and more. There is an accompanying IOS and Android app available, which allows you to create profiles for each of your children and filter to get the most relevant content.

What are your favourite resources? Let us know in the comments.


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