KBH Map Activities
History Stages 3 - 4


There's a pressing need for educational resources that include the voices of Aboriginal Peoples and Survivors of the Stolen Generations. These perspectives are integral for a comprehensive and authentic understanding of Australia's history, and are crucial to respect for principles of self-determination and representation.

Kinchela Boys Home has therefore developed a series of Aboriginal-led Syllabus Packages and Lesson Plans to assist teachers in delivering nuanced and culturally-informed content across the History, English and Aboriginal Studies curricula, that seek to foster empathy, truth telling, healing and active reconciliation.

About this Resource

Covering Outcomes HT3-2, HT3-4, HT3-5, HT4-3, HT4-6 and HT4-9 of the History Stage 3 and 4 Syllabi, this resource examines the Kinchela Boys Home as case study of the Stolen Generations, with a particular focus on the changing scale and origin of forced removals across the twentieth century. Including a teachers’ guide and an 8-page activity booklet for students, the material combines primary map and photographic material with secondary historical narration to help students develop close source analysis skills and critical argumentative skills.

The lesson plan contains:

  • 1 PDF for teachers
  • 1 PDF for students


To access the resource please either login or select a register link below.

By purchasing this syllabus you are helping us to continue our work: supporting Survivors and their Descendants and Families; advocating for change and social justice; and educating Australians about the horrors of the Stolen Generations, so we can ensure these mistakes are never made again.

Download links for the Australia as a Nation (History Stage 3) files:

Access the History Stages 3 - 4 Lesson Plan

Kinchela Boys Map Activities

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