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- Understand the role and function of the NSW Parliament
- Understand the 3 levels of government
- Understand the roles of members
AUSTRALIA AS A NATION
Key figures and events that led to Australia’s Federation, including British and American influences on Australia’s system of law and government (ACHHK113)
- outline local, state and federal government structures and responsibilities.
Visit us at our House
Visit us at our House is a FREE interactive live scheduled program based on the History K–10 NSW Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum: Civics and Citizenship.
Years 5/6 students will learn about the development of democracy in the early colony of NSW, the levels of government and how the bicameral system works to make laws.
The program is run during the school term.
You can book directly at https://dartlearning.org.au/
To enquire about availability or assistance with booking, please call us on 9230 2047 or email [email protected]
Find out more about this program
Find out more about our video conference program by listening to this podcast featuring NSW Parliament’s Daniela Giorgi.
Virtual Staffroom – Explore the halls of NSW power
The black rod, the speaker and the bear pit – all things we summon up when we think of the hallowed halls of the Parliament of NSW. Walk the corridors of power with learning manager Daniela Giorgi who shares the power of online resources from the sacred halls. Power up your classroom experience with a virtual tour and explore how you can share the processes behind democracy with your students on an MLD. Take the Virtual Staffroom with you on your next walk or as you ponder the backdrop of the federal election.