Curriculum aligned
Our workshops have been mapped to the Australian Curriculum as follows:
Health and Physical Education Curriculum
English Curriculum
Civics and Citizenship Curriculum
  • Describe how respect, empathy and valuing difference can positively influence relationships (ACPPS037)
  • Adopt inclusive practices when participating in physical activities(ACPMP048)
  • Apply innovative and creative thinking in solving movement challenges(ACPMP049)
  • Use interaction skills such as acknowledging another’s point of view and linking students’ response to the topic, using familiar and new vocabulary and a range of vocal effects such as tone, pace, pitch and volume to speak clearly and coherently (ACELY1688)
  • Distinguish facts from opinions in relation to civics and citizenship topics and issues (ACHCS005)
  • Interact with others with respect, share views and recognise there are different points of view (ACHCS007)
  • Pose questions about the society in which they live (ACHCS015)
  • Distinguish facts from opinions in relation to civics and citizenship topics and issues (ACHCS016)
Concepts covered

Understanding the varied causes and manifestations of disabilities

Empathising with challenges people with a disability face

Understanding the importance of positive language

The workshops
Years 1 & 2
CELEBRATING DIFFERENCE,
CREATING INCLUSION
Duration: 45 minutes
Our dynamic Facilitator educates students to gain a fundamental understanding of why uniqueness is valued and should be celebrated. Students will learn how to identify differences as a positive feature in their lives.
Years 3 & 4
KNOW THE FACTS
TO BETTER IMPACT
Duration: 45 minutes
Students develop an understanding of the different forms of disabilities, including physical, invisible and sensory disabilities and learn how to empathise with challenges people with disabilities may face.

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Years 5 & 6
CHALLENGING NORMS TO FIND
THE EXTRAORDINARY
Duration: 45 minutes
Pre-conceived ideas around disability are challenged. Students look at their own role in society and their contribution to positive and negative mindsets and practice integrating alternative modes of communication and movement in to their classroom environment.

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