These lesson planning materials aim to raise students' awareness and understanding of both home fire and bush fire safety messages, and outline ways in which they can help themselves and their families prepare for and respond to fire.
Secondary Level Resources
Bushfires: A Geography Resource for Australian Students
For more information and to download a free copy of the book in pdf, visit the Geography Teacher’s Association of Victoria Inc. (GTAV) website.
Kinglake-350 by Adrian Hyland
Adrian Hyland looks at Black Saturday through the eyes of some key locals including Roger Wood, the only police officer on duty in Kinglake on the day of the fires. Find out more about 'Kinglake-350'
From Kinglake to Kabul edited by Neil Grant and David Williams In this remarkable collection of young people's writing, students from schools in Kinglake and Kabul share their stories of resilience, courage and hope. Find out more about 'From Kinglake to Kabul'.
Lesson planning materials aimed at secondary students to raise awareness and understanding of both home fire and bush fire safety messages.
Lesson plan materials aimed to raise students’ awareness and understanding of home fire safety messages and outline ways in which they can help themselves and their families prepare for the fire season.
Resources for schools situated in high bushfire or grassfire risk areas that may require extra support to provide safety information to their school community.
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