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Curriculum materials

Curriculum materials

This section provides links to national and state curriculum documents, sites, and shareable resources.   

National curriculum documents, sites, and shareable resources

  • The Australian Curriculum 
    A National Curriculum is being developed progressively for Australian schools by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).  The Foundation to Year 10 Australian Curriculum for English, Mathematics, Science and History is now available.
  • Australian Curriculum Connect: Education Services Australia 
    Australian Curriculum Connect is a project funded by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) to assist government and non-government education authorities to implement the Australian Curriculum
  • National Digital Learning Resources Network  
    The National Digital Learning Resources Network (NDLRN) is a technical infrastructure that connects Australian schools to enable the distribution and sharing of digital curriculum resources through education portals. The Network is the outcome of initiatives of the Australian Government and the state and territory governments.  The digital student resources and teacher support materials are aligned to the Australian, state and territory curriculums and are available through state and territory education portals and the national portal Scootle (see below). All resources are provided free of charge to all Australian teachers and students.
  • Scootle (Registration page)
    Australian Government's Digital curriculum resource portal which holds digital teaching resources K-12 to support the new Australian Curriculum for English, History, Maths, Science and other subjects
    "Scootle is a 'one stop shop' that provides teachers with access to more than 15,000 digital resources in the National Digital Learning Resources Network including interactive multimedia resources, open-ended tools to create learning resources, interactive assessment resources, work samples, collections of curriculum resources, teacher ideas, and units of work."   Scootle's interface aligns learning materials with the Australian National Curriculum.NOTE:   USERS MUST FIRST REGISTER TO ACCESS THE REPOSITORY.  Once you have registered, you can access Scootle directly at

State curriculum documents, sites, and shareable resources (Queensland)

  • Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority 
    On 1 July 2014, the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority replaced the Queensland Studies Authority. Its key roles are to assist and support schools to deliver the best curriculum and assessment practices for all young people from Kindergarten to Year 12.

  • The Learning Place 
    The Learning Place is the Qld Dept of Education and Training's comprehensive eLearning environment providing secure access to an innovative range of digital tools, resources and online spaces for teaching and learning, collaboration and networking for teachers and trainee teachers.  

    Griffith University staff and pre-service teachers can become affiliate members and access these resources in the relevant "space" in the Learning Place by paying an annual subscription via Griffith Pay.  For further details, see the Professional Experience Office (PEO) organisation in Learning@Griffith or ask at the School of Education and Professional Studies office at your campus.

State curriculum documents, sites, and shareable resources (all states)