THE Herald Sun is very pleased to offer Victorian teachers our special education kit for 2015: Gallipoli — Australia at War

One hundred years ago Australian soldiers landed on the shores of Gallipoli as part of the Allied campaign of World War I.

This was Australia’s first foray into war as a federated nation. What those soldiers couldn’t know on April 25, 1915 was just how much the event would help to forge our nation’s identity. A legend was born, the legend of Anzac.

This educational resource will give teachers access to collectable editions of the Herald Sun newspaper, delivered in class sets of 25 to your school, in the lead up to Anzac Day.

As part of the kit teachers will receive 40 secondary activity worksheets and 40 primary activity worksheets directly linked to a 10-part poster series published in the Herald Sun.

The Herald Sun’s Gallipoli — Australia at War poster series will cover topics related to the Gallipoli landing including The Landing, The Campaign, The Turks, Casualties, Battles and more.

In the lead up to Anzac Day the Herald Sun will publish a 48-page supplement and commemorative wraps covering all aspects of the Gallipoli campaign, which will be an invaluable and collectable resource for students and teachers.

This informative educational resource will help you meet some of your national curriculum needs in History, Geography, English and Civics and Citizenship.




● 40 SECONDARY activity sheet workbook: activities with AusVELS links suited to Year 7-10 students (only available as downloadable PDF)

● 40 PRIMARY activity sheet workbook: activities with AusVELS links suited to Year 3-6 students (only available as downloadable PDF)

● 25 copies of the Herald Sun delivered to your school from Monday, April 20 to Friday April 24 and Monday April 27 to Friday May 1. On Monday April 20 you will also receive 25 copies of the Saturday Herald Sun April 18 edition, which includes the 48-page Anzac Centenary commemorative supplement. On Monday April 27 you will receive 25 copies of the Saturday Herald Sun Anzac Day souvenir edition. Each Monday to Friday paper contains one tabloid-size poster printed in-paper, required to complete some of the activity worksheets. Teachers can cut out and collect all 10 posters. (only available in the Herald Sun)

Kit subscribers will receive an email in the week prior to the start of the poster series and newspaper delivery with details as to how they can download their activity workbooks.

Activities suited to: Year 3 to Year 10

Curriculum relevancy: History, Geography, Maths, ICT, English and the cross-curriculum priority of Sustainability

Via: Herald Sun

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