Discover classroom-ready teaching resources and information linked to the curriculum and collection items.
We offer free, guided tours to school groups wishing to explore Anzac Square Memorial Galleries, as well as professional development workshops and classroom-ready teaching resources linked to the curriculum and State Library collections.
We also offer schools the opportunity for self-directed research. The Post-1945 Gallery can be set up as a study space, and groups are able to use the Gallery's digital display for presentations.
Book a free school tour
Developed by State Library of Queensland, Curriculum Connect resources provide meaningful engagement for students before, during and after an excursion to Anzac Square Memorial Galleries.
Teachers, parents and caregivers can explore trusted, curriculum-aligned resources, making the discovery of free, teacher-reviewed, classroom-ready resources and activities simple and accessible.
Australians in World War II
Australia in World War II and Vietnam War
Australians in the Vietnam War
Professional development for teachers
Our program of professional development workshops has been specifically designed for teachers with a passion for history.
Queensland women in the World Wars
Service, sacrifice and staying at home
Indigenous participation in World War I
Anzac Square teacher treasures
Childhood in WWII