The Program


Our Auslan Teaching Program is specifically aimed at Kindergartens and Primary Schools. It is designed to teach LOTE to your entire school when a qualified Auslan teacher cannot be secured.

Classroom teachers and students learn together for full school involvement in Auslan.

We also currently have a Kindergarten stream running successfully. The kinder videos include explicit sign teaching and plenty of fun songs and poems to enhance learning.

Our program can also be tailored to suit Auslan learning in Childcare Centres.

We provide everything you need to run an Auslan Language Program at your school: video lessons on your own unique school page, a Teacher Planner for every lesson and an Illustrated Sign Reference Sheet with the signs for each lesson.


The Video lessons do the explicit teaching, including fun interactive activities, and are filmed by Deaf and Hard of Hearing people.

The Teacher Planner guides the classroom teacher through the lesson.

There are practice activities included in the Planner, for after the video lesson where Teacher and Students can all practice together.


Included in every lesson is a Sign Reference sheet with the Signs from each lesson, drawn by Deaf Illustrators.


The lessons are planned at 45 minutes and are linked to the Victorian Curriculum. For schools in states other than Victoria, our program can provide links to the Australian Curriculum. The lessons are planned by a VIT registered teacher.


Our program meets all the guidelines to run an Auslan Language Program at your kindergarten or Primary School.


Paula – 0425 822 334

ABN: 62 288 981 471

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Acknowledgement of Country

In the spirit of reconciliation, the team at Auslan Education Services acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia, and their connections to land, sea, and community. We would like to express our gratitude for allowing us to be on the land, that belongs to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and we pay our respect to Elders both past, and present.

We extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people.