Registrations are now open for the HTAA National Conference hosted by QHTA and held in Brisbane, 27 – 29 September 2017. The theme this year is Breaking Boundaries.  Keynote speakers include: Peter FitzSimons, Prof Alastair Blanshard, Assoc Prof Deborah Henderson, Dr Brian Hoepper and John Whitehouse. More information can be […]

HTAA National Conference registrations open

Australian History Competition
Registrations for the 2017 Australian History Competition are now open.  The competition is for Year 7 – 10 students, targeting key historical skills and understandings.  All students who participate receive a certificate and the top student for each year level, in each state and territory, will receive a medallion. This […]

Australian History Competition registration

HTAA 2017 National Conference hosted by QHTA
The HTAA national conference will be held in Brisbane, 27-29 September 2017. The conference is hosted by QHTA. The theme of the conference is Breaking Boundaries. Proposals are now sort from potential presenters. If you have a ideas on pedagogical approaches, historical knowledge and skills, ICT that you believe would assist […]

HTAA Conference – call for presenters

The culmination of the National History Challenge in 2016 was the national awards ceremony in Parliament House. The Hon Simon Birmingham announced the national Young Historian, Rachel Wang, and various sponsors presented prizes to the year group and special category winners. Congratulations to all winners and participants.  Significant thanks must […]

National History Challenge Awards

Australian History Competition
Congratulations to all the students who participated in the Australian History Competition this year. The national winner of the Year 10 category was Emma Belgrave (Endeavour College, SA) who achieved 96%. The national winners for the Year 9 category were Oliver Papillo (Camberwell Grammar School, VIC) and Leila Heinrich (The […]

Australian History Competition results 2016

Registrations are still open for the conference, held at Sydney Grammar between September 28 and 30.  Visit the website to download the program and register. The National Conference Dinner will be held at the Governor’s Table at the Museum of Sydney.  Book early as places are limited.  

National Conference Registration and Dinner

Entries close for the 2016 National History Challenge on 26 August.  More details regarding entry requirements and state/territory coordinators can be found on the NHC website. We look forward to a range of excellent responses on the theme of Triumph or Tragedy from students across Australia.

NHC Deadline

HTAA 2016 National conference Sydney
Registrations are now open for the HTAA National Conference.  This will be held at Sydney Grammar School between the 28 and 30 September, 2016. The program includes sessions for Primary and Secondary teachers covering a wide range of units from the Australian Curriculum: History.  Keynote speakers include Dr Anne Summers […]

HTAA National Conference Registrations