A digital skills program creating a pathway for kids into the digital future by combining Cultural Intelligence with Digital Intelligence.

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Australia’s first Indigenous Digital Skills training program which teaches kids how to bring Indigenous cultural knowledge, history and language to life through augmented reality, Minecraft and Python coding.

"I’m learning new skills for the future I want to build."

Jasmine Griffiths
Yr 5 Student

What is Indigital Schools?

Indigital Schools is an Indigenous designed digital skills training program for primary and high schools students. It enables Indigenous and non-Indigenous kids to connect with and learn from Elders about cultural knowledge, history and language, while learning digital skills in cutting-edge technologies like augmented reality, animation and coding.

"Not only has the program ignited the students’ passion for science and technology, it has provided them with a deeper understanding of Aboriginal language and culture and introduced them to the soft skills that are fundamental to learning in the 21st century."

Steven Worrall, Managing Director, Microsoft Australia

How it works

The Indigital Schools program consists of eight curriculum-linked workshops delivered in class by teachers. Indigenous Elders share stories, language and cultural knowledge either in person or via our online video library.

Students bring what they learn to life by creating animated characters and stories using Paint 3D, Minecraft and Blender applications. Their creations are uploaded into the Indigital platform and shared with friends and family via animated 3D augmented reality on the Indigital application.

What is included in the Indigital Schools Program?

The Indigital Schools program is provided on a per term basis (up to 13 weeks) via an incremental licensing model. This includes unlimited access to:

  • The Indigital Schools platform and application where students can create and share their characters and stories
  • Elder approved and Australian Syllabus linked curriculum, lesson plans and assessments
  • Video library of Indigenous Elders sharing cultural knowledge, history and language
  • Our self-paced online educator training platform for in-class delivery support.


Teachers and Elders can work together to teach Indigenous cultural knowledge, history and language and digital skills to the next generation.


Humans are hardwired to learn and share through storytelling. Kids build their skills to create and share stories with their peers, family and community.


Indigenous children see themselves in a digital future when it’s provided to them through a cultural lens.


Teachers have the confidence to teach Aboriginal knowledge, history and language in culturally appropriate ways through our Elder approved curriculum and lesson plans which link to Australian Syllabus.

Working Together

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island kids can share and celebrate their culture and identity, while, non-Indigenous children build their understanding of and engagement with Indigenous Australian culture.

Problem Solving

Tomorrow’s leaders are sitting in our classrooms today. Kids learn problem solving and digital skills required for a rapidly changing future.

Become a Certified Educator

Indigital Schools Certified Educator Training Program equips educators with the tools, information and confidence to teach digital skills through an Aboriginal cultural lens.

Our 6-hour online interactive program trains educators in how to use the digital technologies, how to work with Cultural IP and how cultural stories and language can be explored in the classroom.  Certified Educators also gain access to our Community of Practice for ongoing support and mentorship when delivering in the classroom.

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An initiative of Indigital proudly supported by Microsoft, Telstra Purple and Telstra Foundation —