​​​​​​Resources to help you include languages in your child's educational program.

Online resources:

  • ​Languages in the Australian Curriculum
    Learning resources for languages available from the Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority.
  • Languages in the Victorian Curriculum
    Learning resources for languages available from the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA).
  • Languages Online
    Activities, an app, and other resources for teaching and learning languages.​
  • Victorian School of Languages
    Victorian Government school that teaches over 40 languages, many available to home schooled children online at a secondary school level.
  • Deaf Children Australia
    Support material for to benefit deaf and hard of hearing children and their families, as well as Auslan students.​
  • Aboriginal Cultures and Languages Victoria
    Information from the VCAA about reclaiming and reviving Victorian Aboriginal languages and cultures.
  • City of Melbourne Libraries​
    Downloadable language and travel ebooks and audiobooks, online courses and applications, and a catalogue of phrasebooks, dictionaries, kits and travel guides.
  • Scootle​
    Database of freely available (creative commons) resources in a variety of learning areas, including a number of languages.


  • ​​​Brambuk
    ​National Park and Cultural Centre situated in the Grampians National Park. Brings life to the history and culture of the Jardwadjali and Djab Wurrung and Aboriginal communities of south-western Victoria.
  • Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre
    Located in Geelong, Narana runs group cultural programs for children around a variety of interest areas.​