The Kids Teaching Kids Program promotes positive wellbeing and helps build resilience in young people. It raises awareness and drives action on local and global environmental issues, bringing communities together to solve common challenges and help the next generation of leaders who will take collective responsibility for our future.

We connect and challenge students with real world issues, inspiring them to want to know more. By giving students the opportunity to present a workshop to others during Kids Teaching Kids Week or at one of the Kids Conferences, students see that they can have a positive impact on the world, starting in their own communities. They are given tools to manage their own learning and become confident, caring and informed citizens ready to take on new challenges.

Kids Teaching Kids learning programs have been designed by learning professionals and developed over 20 years and through the participation of over 145,000 students. KTK provides teachers and schools ready made lesson plans, tools and content for primary and secondary level students.


To kick 2020 off with a bang, Kids Teaching Kids has merged with Earthwatch Australia to provide life-long environmental education pathways for all Australians from early school years through to retirement. Read about these two powerhouses coming together.

Check out the Kids Teaching Kids website.