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World Environment Day
On 5 June, promote awareness and positive action for the environment. This day celebrates the idea of individual actions creating a collective power for change. Encourage your students to think about what they could do to live more sustainably – this year’s theme is conservation of natural resources and consuming them with care.
Use, copy or modify this package resource package leading up to and during National Reconciliation Week, 27 May-3 June. It commemorates the anniversaries of the successful 1967 referendum and the High Court Mabo decision. Explore issues relating to these events, as well as Sorry Day and more. Click the title for the NRW website.
Paper Cuts 2015 is a competition open to all Year 7-12 students. They must create a book trailer or design a book cover to win prizes for themselves or their school. Favourite books or texts from the curriculum can be used to inspire their creations. Students can enter individually, or as part of a whole-class activity. Entries close 31 July 2015.
One in every 10 cigarettes consumed worldwide are illegal. To learn more about the campaign to stop the illicit trade of tobacco products, click the title above. Click ‘View’ for a website aimed at young people, teaching the dangers of smoking and the truth about the tobacco industry.
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