Access TV recordings from free-to-air and Foxtel channels
You have commercial-free access to the best TV content for teachers from free-to-air from the past 28 days, plus Foxtel programs on request.
Why use TV in your lessons?
Never miss a TV program
We record free-to-air channels for you, plus Foxtel programs on request. You’ll never miss the perfect documentary or foreign film for your students, even if you didn’t record it yourself.
Plan your lessons in advance
To help you plan effectively, a fortnightly TV Guide is available, showcasing the best educational programs airing over the next two weeks.
Intuitive search engine
Browse the library by searching for any word mentioned during a program, or search by title, category or description to find just what you need.
Save time without ads
You can request an ad-free recording of any TV program from the last 28 days, available with a quick turnaround.
A community of educators
Access to a growing collection of the best educational TV programs from free-to-air TV, uploaded by educators, for educators. You’ll never be short on engaging content to use in the classroom.
Add interactive layers onto videos
In just a few clicks, transform TV clips into interactive activities for effectively tracking student progress in the classroom.
Plan lessons with the ClickView TV Guide
Plan your lessons easily in advance. Using the ClickView TV Guide means you won’t miss the best educational television content for upcoming topics in your classes. Browse the guide at any time to explore the wide range of educational programs airing in the coming fortnight and curate your selections.Browse the ClickView TV Guide
Join the ClickView Exchange
- Join a community of educators who have access to over 47,000 of the best educational programs from free-to-air TV. Only schools, colleges and universities with a ClickView subscription can take advantage of this extensive library.
- Browse by category or topic or use subtitle search to quickly find relevant content, then share any video with your students and colleagues.
Access a huge collection of ATOM Study Guides
Our collection of documentaries and feature films provide valuable educational video content for the classroom. ATOM (Australian Teachers of Media) study guides can help you incorporate these educational programs into lessons or lectures easily, linking learnings to curriculum outcomes. As the exclusive distributor of the ATOM study guides, we offer over 1,200 guides and articles within the ClickView platform. These are each linked with corresponding documentaries and feature films, including many set texts.Browse ATOM Study Guides
We remove the ads to save you time
- You and your staff can request ad-free recordings of any program from the past 28 days. Think of the immersion possibilities for students studying a foreign language or take the opportunity to show a documentary or drama that ties in with a current topic.
- With ClickView TV, you won’t wait long for video content, with programs available shortly after airing. Simply embed a recent clip into your lesson plan and away you go.
"An outstanding resource for films and documentaries that is easy to navigate and has a diverse range of resources."
Northern Beaches Secondary College
How does using TV support teaching and learning?
Using carefully chosen TV content in the classroom is standard contemporary teaching practice. There are many reasons why this is the case.
- If used well, TV content can grab students’ attention and provide a hook into a particular subject or topic.
- It can be an innovative way to explain a complex idea and help visual learners to grasp concepts more easily.
- Using TV clips can help start meaningful conversations about topics and establish real-world connections beyond the classroom.
How can I use TV content in my lessons?
TV shows, films, current news clips, documentaries, and historical and political dramas all have their place in the classroom. Here are some easy ways you can incorporate them into your lessons:
- As a ‘trailer’ or topic intro
- To complement novel study and bring a book to life
- To study or discuss particular themes
- To bring a subject like History or Science alive through dramatisation of events
- To immerse students in language learning
How can I best use the ATOM study guides?
ATOM produce a wide range of in-depth study guides and educational articles for feature films, documentaries and television programs. These are developed by a team of curriculum experts, linking video content to the Australian Curriculum and recommended year levels and subject areas. The guides are written with educators in mind and are widely used at primary, secondary and tertiary level. They include activities and teaching ideas to support students’ viewing and close analysis of the content.
How does the ClickView TV Guide work?
The ClickView TV Guide saves you valuable time and energy hunting for video content for your class. It brings you the best recommendations for educational programs from free-to-air television each fortnight. Put together by the ClickView Curation Team, it highlights relevant upcoming programs on the broadcasting schedule. Once you request a program, an ad-free version will automatically be added to your Workspace once it airs.