Free teaching resources for all schools
ClickView offers thousands of high-quality educational videos suitable for primary schools, secondary schools and further education settings. All schools - including those without a ClickView subscription - can access our curated taster collection of free teaching resources, designed to promote student engagement and deeper subject understanding. Free videos, sample lesson plans, sample ATOM study guides and more can save you valuable preparation time. All ClickView-produced content in our library has been developed by subject experts to align with the Australian Curriculum.
Watch some of the great educational videos we have in our library to inspire your teaching. While you’re there, be sure to check out the accompanying lesson plan resources for ideas to implement in the classroom (and save yourself some time).
The Impact of Tropical Cyclones
Rear Window in Context
Jane Austen's World: Pride and Predjudice
Describing 3D Shapes
Describing 2D Shapes
Weather and Seasons
Text Types: Persuasive
Climate Zones of the World
Prospero and Caliban: The Tempest
River Landforms of the Upper Course
Social Connectedness and Isolation
Global Atmospheric Circulation
Origins of the Aztec Empire
The Rise of Hitler in Germany
The Renaissance, Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment
Line Graphs: Gradients and Midpoints
Perfect Squares and Square Roots
Survey Data: Collecting and Displaying
Poor Communication and Body Language
What is Digital Citizenship?
Acute Cardiovascular Responses
Energy of Orbital Systems
Mitosis and Meiosis
Nuclear Power: Risks and Benefits
Choosing What to Investigate
Psychology Concepts: Stress as a Biological Process
The Great Barrier Reef
Poetic Devices: Onomatopoeia
Finding Your Angle
Psychology Concepts: Managing and Coping with Stress
Psychology Concepts: Stress as a Psychological Process
Introducing Trigonometric Ratios
Numeracy in Hospitality: Set Menus
CSR: The Triple Bottom Line
Business without Borders: Selling Products Globally
Engineering Solutions: Impactful Materials
Safety in the Domestic Kitchen
The Food Standards Code: FSANZ and Food Safety
Workplace Health Safety
Developing Technological Solutions
Our ATOM study guides contain a breadth of information to support the learning and teaching of set texts, documentaries and feature films. Most guides include a synopsis, curriculum links, various teaching activities (including extension activities) and teaching notes.
War on Waste - ATOM Study GuideDownload
Rabbit-Proof Fence - ATOM Study GuideDownload
The Final Quarter - ATOM Study GuideDownload
Storm Boy- ATOM Study GuideDownload
Our lesson plan resources provide an excellent jumping off point when studying or revising a unit of work, film or literary text. Lesson plans in our teacher packs include video outcomes mapped to the curriculum, suggested activities (including lesson time allocation) and more.
Units of TimeDownload
Why Learn Coding?Download
Shakespeare: Lesson Plan BookDownload
Lesson Plan Book Science Year 7Download
Lesson Plan Book Science Year 8Download
Lesson Plan Book Science Year 9Download
Prisms and PyramidsDownload
Continents and OceansDownload
Butterflies: Caterpillars in DisguiseDownload
Describing 2D ShapesDownload
Rivers of AustraliaDownload
Global Celebrations: EasterDownload
Why Study Macbeth?Download
What is Fake News?Download
Know Your Finances - Borrowing MoneyDownload
Stress as a Psychological ProcessDownload
Numeracy in Retail - Cash HandlingDownload
Numeracy in Construction - Calculating VolumeDownload
The Food Safety Standards CodeDownload
Developing Technological SolutionsDownload
Posters are a great visual aid for the classroom, particularly for younger students. With content tailored to different subject areas, there’s a poster for your Science lab, Maths classroom, Drama studio or wherever you need it.
Teaching and Learning Strategies PosterDownload
Where Does Energy LiveDownload
Media Texts - Characteristics of Feature ArticlesDownload
How to Write Science FictionDownload
Coral Reef Trophic LevelsDownload
The Cell Cycle and MitosisDownload
Presentation slides work similarly to video, highlighting material in an engaging way for students. Offering a combination of text and visuals, slides appeal to a wide range of students with varying capabilities.
From Miniclips to posters and lesson plan packs, you’ll have plenty of teaching ideas for the primary classroom. Reinforce concepts by revisiting posters or presentation slides, dive deeper into a theme using structured lesson planning or create an engaging hook for your lessons using Miniclips.
The ATOM Study Guides are perfectly pitched for senior educators and students, and accompany many of the feature films and documentaries in our collection. Posters provide useful visual clues for languages, Maths and Science.
Further education resources
We’re working to develop our range of resources for higher education to support you in your teaching. You can currently access information about how to create interactive videos for formative assessment, as well as our popular video titles for tertiary students.