Invite the world’s leading educational storytellers into your classroom


EnhanceTV is a not-for-profit video site exclusively for Australian teachers and students.

Why EnhanceTV?

  1. Easily find curriculum-linked clips, movies and documentaries
  2. Save time – no formal training sessions required, start adding video to your lesson plans today
  3. High-quality content in a cost-effective, timely, and convenient format
  4. We’re not for profit — we’re for teachers and filmmakers, both are important storytellers
  5. We keep it simple — from signing up to streaming

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Join EnhanceTV’s seminars at National FutureSchools Festival

Make screen time count: video storytelling in your classroom

Category: Creativity and the Arts: Wednesday 18th March, 11:30am.

In this session we’ll examine curriculum-linked video narratives that are bursting with stories you can apply in your lessons. Using Aussie Inventions and Go Back to Where You Came From, we’ll also demonstrate a range of differentiated activities that will reveal how you can put the power of storytelling into students’ hands.


Anne Chesher
Education Specialist – TV & Creative Media
One of Australia’s leading authorities in childrens’ education and screen content, Anne’s experience and knowledge of the education sector and the screen industry has culminated in her PhD research entitled – Television in the 21st Century Classroom. A curriculum specialist, Anne has produced teaching resources for Australian and international broadcasters. 

Cultivating collaboration: cross-curricular applications of video in the classroom

Category: Teaching with Technology. Thursday 19th March 1.30pm.

Delivering future-focused pedagogies and teaching tools, EnhanceTV will demonstrate how programs such as War on Waste can facilitate cross-curricular collaboration that brings students together and engaged in real-world issues.


Penny Christie

Snr Curriculum Specialist – Video
An experienced primary teacher, Penny is a passionate advocate on integrating ICT, visual literacy and creativity into the classroom to maximise student engagement and learning outcomes. Penny applies her expertise to support primary and secondary teachers to discover the full potential of video for their students in her role as a senior curriculum specialist at EnhanceTV.

Discover some of our most popular titles and resources for teachers and students

Most-watched movies 

Discover the most-loved films among teachers like you with a range of curriculum favourites, classic movies and popular texts. Find fresh ways to teach cultural criticism and raise ethical questions with your students.

Critically acclaimed documentaries

Challenge the limits and assumptions of your students with this range of thought-provoking documentaries. Reveal new insights into the natural world, Australian history, and the way we grow as a culture.

Most-watched children’s TV 

What TV shows do primary school teachers turn to in the classroom? Explore the range of popular educational and entertaining series made for children, starting with the episodes viewed most by teachers

59,000 movies, documentaries programs and clips suitable for primary, secondary and higher education.

What people say about

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“We like that different year groups can be blocked from certain program ratings, so student wellbeing is supported by this. We recommend EnhanceTV to all who ask.”

Kristen Southwell 
Assistant Principal


“I strongly recommend the use of EnhanceTV in our primary classrooms. It is a fantastic resource and it’s great to be able to access quality media quickly and easily.  By supporting the Australian Curriculum, EnhanceTV will see our students engaged and excited by their learning”

Dennis Yarrington
Former President, APPA