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Global Education Schools Network Program offers support for schools that seek to develop a significant global education focus in all Key Learning Areas.

Two Mates - Two Mates is the true story of the special mateship between two young boys who have grown up together in the coastal town of Broome in Australia’s north-west. Jack is Indigenous and Raf is a non-Indigenous boy who has spina bifida. Jack and Raf take the reader on a journey of their daily life growing up in Broome. Written by Melanie Prewett and illustrated by Maggie Prewett.   Also see teaching notes: http://www.magabala.com/media/wysiwyg/pdf/Two_Mates.pdf

Two Mates - awesome book around friendship, difference, identity, indigenous.and a real unexpected twist at the end that I won't give away :)

A website supporting the picture book, Tom Tom by Rosemary Sullivan and Dee Huxley

Tom Tom is an engaging contemporary story that traces a day in the life of a small boy living in a typical Aboriginal community in the Top End of the Northern Territory.

Forcibly Removed by Albert Holt, a Cherbourg man.

Forcibly Removed by Albert Holt, a Cherbourg man.

Vivienne Cleven's book, Her Sister's Eye.  Vivienne was born in Surat in Western Queensland.

Vivienne Cleven's book, Her Sister's Eye. Vivienne was born in Surat in Western Queensland.

The Rabbits by John Marsden and Shaun Tan

The Rabbits, written by John Marsden, is partly allegorical fable about colonisation, told from the viewpoint of the colonised.

'Contact is constructed around one of the most extraordinary pieces of footage in Australian History: the moment when a group of Martu women and children walk in from their nomadic existence. Can be used with the book, 'Cleared Out' by Sue Davenport, Peter Johnson  Yuwali.

'Contact is constructed around one of the most extraordinary pieces of footage in Australian History: the moment when a group of Martu women and children walk in from their nomadic existence. Can be used with the book, 'Cleared Out' by Sue Davenport, Peter Johnson Yuwali.

Cleared Out: First Contact in the Western Desert by Sue Davenport, Peter Johnson  Yuwali.  Can be used with the DVD, Contact.

Cleared Out: First Contact in the Western Desert by Sue Davenport, Peter Johnson Yuwali. Can be used with the DVD, Contact.

Exploring identity and difference through an integrated curriculum.

Knowing Me, Knowing You - Exploring Identity and Difference through an Integrated Curriculum

'Here is the story of John Jagamarra.  It is a tale for anyone who has ever wondered about the pain of separation and the strength of the human spirit...'

The Burnt Stick by Anthony Hill, illustrated with black and white drawings by Mark Sofilas. Published by Penguin/Viking, 1994

'A ground-breaking glimpse into aboriginal life centuries before European settlement'.

Ten Canoes is an Australian film shot entirely in language in Yolngu country, Northern Territory. A mastery of storytelling and an amazing example of cinema as community healing.