Catholic Education South Australia

Narragunnawali Subject Area Resource Guides

The Narragunnawali team (Reconciliation Australia Education) has developed a suite of subject-specific resource guides spanning across all learning areas. 


The Narragunnawali’s early learning, primary and secondary curriculum resources to promote reconciliation.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures

Discover Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture. There are features on Aboriginal languages, National Sorry Day, Dreamtime, Indigenous art, Vincent Lingiari and much more.

Reconciliation SA Education Packs

The following Education Packs are produced by Reconciliation SA in partnership with the Aboriginal Education and Employment unit of Department of Education...

RRR Teacher Education Resources

Providing Information, key concepts and readings about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education, including self-reflection, research, projects, tutorials and...

Curriculum Resources and School Program

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) is a research institute that houses the world’s...

Bangarra Dance Company Education Resources

A variety of Education Resources designed to provide a range of pathways for students to explore the art of ATSI storytelling through dance.

Sharing Stories Foundations

Through three modules available here, Community, Culture and Country, you may access a rich collection of digital resources: video footage, photographs, audio and teacher support material.

National Museum Australia

Watch videos, learn about Australian history and play online games, all linked to the Australian Curriculum.

Art Gallery of SA - The Essential Introduction to Aboriginal Art (25 Facts)

There’s a lot of misinformation out there about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and art.

National Gallery of Australia - Learning Curriculum resources Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

This selection of works of art demonstrates the diversity and stylistic differences...

City of Adelaide - Reconciliation

The City of Adelaide is located on the traditional Country of the Kaurna people.

City of Charles Sturt – Kaurna Meyunna Culture

Kaurna Meyunna have been the custodians of this Country where the City of Charles Sturt is since the first sunrise.

City of Port Adelaide Enfield – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders

We recognise the importance of preserving our cultural heritage – recognising the past, acting in the present and...

Oxfam – Indigenous Australia

In Australia Oxfam are working towards a world in which all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People’s human rights are respected and realised including having the power and capacity...

City of Marion - Warriparinga

Warri-Pari, an earlier name for what is now known as Warriparinga, means Windy Place by the River and is a Kaurna ceremonial meeting place and European early settlement site.

Aboriginal Education Moodle Resource – Curriculum and Pedagogy

The Curriculum Block is divided into the different levels of schooling and allows easy access to units of work which have been developed.


Search Scootle by subject area, year level and Cross Curriculum Priority (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures) to find curriculum resources.

AITSL Standards – Aboriginal Education (Professional Learning)

Focus Areas 1.4 and 2.4 of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers identify what teachers need to know and be able to do in order to teach...

NITV - Explore Topics

Choose a topic to discover more about Indigenous Australia – Politics, Social issues, Social affairs, Arts and entertainment, Human Rights, Indigenous Achievement, Rugby League, Social Justice...