Natalie Seiz's father and paternal grandparents arrived in Australia as refugees of both Russian and Chinese communist regimes.
These are educational resources for learning about refugees.
A compelling and moving series of short animated documentaries portraying the real-life stories of young people who have sought asylum.
Reading Australia was created with the goal of making it easier for teachers, through their passion and skills, to spread a love for Australian texts.
Migration and Refugees Lesson Plans
Provides a variety of lesson plans including on a wide range of topics, including analysing why people flee, countries of asylum, and more.
Our free schools resources cover a range of topics including climate change, Fairtrade, food, health, human rights, refugees, water and more.
Creating Spaces of Wellbeing and Belonging for Refugee and Asylum-Seeker Students: Skills and Strategies for Classroom Teachers
This book outlines the ways educators can support positive educational and social outcomes for the most vulnerable children in their communities.
Creating Spaces of Wellbeing and Belonging for Refugee and Asylum-Seeker Students: Skills and Strategies for School Leaders
This practical resource for principals and school leaders provides guidance on how to develop schools into places of belonging for all children, especially children of refugee and asylum-seeker backgrounds.
Creating a Sense of Belonging for Immigrant and Refugee Students Strategies for K-12 Educators
This book, written by four award-winning teachers, offers compelling stories and practical applications to help you reach your students in the classroom and beyond.
Perspectives on Transitions in Refugee Education Ruptures, Passages, and Re-Orientations
This book covers various aspects of refugee transitions and their intersections with educational experiences.
Understanding and Supporting Refugee Children and Young People: A Practical Resource for Teachers, Parents and Carers of Those Exposed to the Trauma of War
This book is a resource for those parents and professionals seeking to support children through the trauma of war and conflict.