With new programs aligned to the Australian Curriculum, presented by a team of dynamic educators, the National Film and Sound Archive provides a unique and engaging learning experience for students and teachers alike.
NFSA’s onsite education programs incorporate selected archival and contemporary moving image and sound recordings to explore the development of Australia’s social, cultural and political history. Key historical artefacts are incorporated into these sessions to provide opportunities for hands-on learning. Students are challenged to think critically and creatively through discussion and debate facilitated by NFSA educators.
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K – Yr 3 School Program
Discover different film and sound communication technologies.
YR 5 – 12 SCHOOL PROGRAM
Take an exciting journey through Australian animation.
Yr 4 – 12 School Program
Explore Australian history and identity through film and sound.
Yr 5 – 12 School Program
Examine the persuasive power of advertisements and propaganda.
YR 7 – 12 SCHOOL PROGRAM
A light-hearted look at monster movies, music and special effects.
K – YR 4 SCHOOL PROGRAM
Delve into Australia’s rich and varied animation history
K – YR 3 SCHOOL PROGRAM
Investigate amazing audio and stunning sound.
An exciting interactive experience for your students.