Our Curriculum Library for Secondary Schools comes with thousands of educational titles to support the Australian Curriculum and improve learning outcomes in your school.
The Curriculum Library includes 2,500+ curriculum-relevant titles and features our exclusive ClickView Original Series for English, mathematics, history and more.
This library has been mapped to the Australian Curriculum and includes additional resources to help support your lesson plans.
This series takes a behind-the-scenes look at the carefully constructed world of film by analysing cinematic texts. Students will learn how narratives and production elements are woven together to make the movies we love, using Australian films Animal Kingdom and The Dressmaker.
This engaging series uses a humorous approach to teach about a serious topic - personal finances. Students will learn about financial institutions, savings, investments, loans and interest.Learn more
This series teaches students about important ICT basics involving communication, networks and data storage. These visually stimulating programmes are sure to engage your learners through their use of interesting graphics and animation.Learn more
In this series, a dark and mysterious character, The Collector, sends his mannequins into the real world to face dire safety consequences. Characters try to help, but fortunately…I mean – unfortunately…the mannequins seem destined to meet their demise and students learn the importance of personal safety.
This three-part series follows three characters’ experiences with identity and self-esteem, as they navigate social media and real world relationships.Learn more
This series explores the continuity of life on Earth and the theories, processes and evidence that support it.Learn more
This series introduces the characteristic rhythms, instruments and styles of music from different parts of world.Learn more
It’s a staple in bookcases around the world, and its enduring presence indicates the timelessness and canon-worthiness of this sweeping coming-of-age narrative. This series explores key elements of Charles Dickens’ classic Victorian novel.Learn more
This series explores key beliefs, values and practices of world religions. We pose big philosophical questions to religious leaders and believers to better understand how religion guides their understandings and actions.Learn more
Join Yanick in the Physics House to take a look at the physics behind every day phenomena we encounter in our homes.Learn more
As a novice athlete prepares for her first marathon with her coach and a trained endurance runner, this series explores the chronic adaptations to exercise made by the body’s respiratory, cardiovascular and muscular systems.Learn more
This series provides an overview of the important features of key historical periods – from ancient through to modern times - to help learners understand broad patterns of historical change.Learn more
Global markets can expose companies to hundreds of millions of new customers. But getting it right isn’t easy. This series examines three vital aspects of global business—identifying global markets, branding, and products and pricing.Learn more
This series of short icebreaker comedy skits answer the types of tricky questions sex education classes are notorious for. Characters set in famous historical periods explore modern day issues about sex, sexuality and puberty.Learn more
A child genius turned mobile librarian. His mission: to stop a media mogul from destroying the world with her evil media empire. This is Bertram Poppingstock: Problem Solver.Learn more
What is poetry all about? How can we make sense of it? What are the main poetic forms? This comprehensive series helps students to boost their poetry knowledge and appreciation in a light-hearted and user-friendly manner.Learn more
Using easy analogies, and stunning visuals and graphics, this two-part series will take students on a journey through our solar system and beyond to learn about the important features of our planet, the solar system and the universe.Learn more
This engaging and candid program provides an overview of three classifications of drugs. Statistics on teen use of illicit drugs are followed by a closer investigation of cannabis, ecstasy and methamphetamine (ice).Learn more
Presenting a lively look at two of Shakespeare’s most iconic plays, Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth, the roles of minor characters and the importance of specific dramatic techniques form the focal points of this entertaining mockumentary series.Learn more
The two part series investigates the key events, factors and ideologies which contributed to internal conflict and revolution in China, resulting in the creation of a Communist state in 1949.Learn more
Learn how Ancient Egyptians used the region’s resources to sustain daily life, trade and battle with neighbours, and build a powerful and enduring civilisation.Learn more
This two part series looks closely at the American and Soviet strategies of propaganda and proxy wars over four decades of the Cold War struggle for dominance.Learn more
This colourful series offers a snapshot of three major indigenous art traditions, placing art making practices into their historical and geographical contexts. Viewers will also gain insight on the spiritual and cultural beliefs central to indigenous art.Learn more
Term 3 Science offers a highly informative insight into the topic of Infectious Disease and how scientific knowledge has evolved throughout the years.Learn more
This series explores the essentials of two art movements in easy to follow and amusing programs. Significant artists, common art characteristics and techniques, and the context in which these developed are investigated.Learn more
This three part series explores life under China’s last imperial dynasty and the role that growing foreign contact and internal uprisings played in the downfall of the Qing Empire.Learn more
The Industrial Revolution was a key force in shaping the modern world. This two part series investigates the causes and impacts of this ground breaking period of history.Learn more
A child genius turned undercover agent. His disguise: bookshop owner. The mission: solve a vengeful exteacher’s deadly spelling and vocabulary challenges.Learn more
Eccentric Elmore’s obsessive love of words and language comes in handy when his employee Izzy needs a hand with improving her grammar skills.Learn more
Albert helps you find the perfect video for your lesson plan using Australian Curriculum codes and learning areas.
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We curate the best educational videos from renowned content providers and we are now creating the curriculum-relevant content that your school needs.
This library includes regular digital updates of exciting new content pushed directly to you. This means your library will continue to grow over time and evolve with your school's learning requirements.
Our videos have been mapped to the Australian Curriculum so Albert, our Curriculum Specialist can help you find content using curriculum codes and learning areas.
Our videos feature additional learning resources such as teachers’ guides and worksheets to help summarise content, raise discussion points and engage students.
All our new videos come with closed captions to aid information retention and ensure that no student is left behind.
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