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Education is the key to social change and who better than to lead this change than those already creating good.
Learning For Good

At a Glance

Learning For Good supports communities in need through access to high-quality learning resources, whilst supporting NFP charities in sharing what they do best.


Learning Resources

The very best learning resources from NFP Content Creators in one centralised location.

Grant Funding

Funding grant assistance available for disadvantaged schools and communities.

Easy Access

Anyone can access these resources, world class cultural content created by leading NFPs.


Personalised for all who use the platform including adults, teachers, parents and children.

Ease of Use

The platform is easy to use and navigate to enhance the learning experience.

Good Outcomes

Good outcomes for all as well as the organisations who partner with Learning For Good.

For Schools Everywhere

Learning for Good offers schools access to a range of high quality cultural content such as Music, Drama, Art and Literature and more.

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For Not-For-PrOfits (NFPs)

Do you provide exceptional content or resources to your community? As an NFP you know your market, and you are supporting your community.

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Sydney Youth Orchestras is the leading orchestral training and education provider in New South Wales. Through Learning For Good, they offer support content and resources for schools both with and without music programs.

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Sydney Youth Orchestras

For instrumental learning, the SYO beginners program provides students and teachers with a clear set of musical goals, set to an objective of assessment standards. Schools have access to two years of world-leading development content, for sixteen orchestral instruments.

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An orchestra is a large instrumental ensemble typical of classical music, which combines instruments from the four major families: woodwind, brass, strings and percussion.
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There are two main types of woodwind instruments: flutes and reed. They produce sound by splitting the air blown into them on a sharp edge, such as a reed or a fipple.
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A brass instrument is a musical instrument that produces sound by sympathetic vibration of air in a tubular resonator in sympathy with the vibration of the player's lips.
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String instruments or chordophones are musical instruments that produce sound from vibrating strings when a performer plays or sounds the strings in some manner.
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In an orchestra, instruments include: timpani, snare drum, bass drum, tambourine, cymbals and triangle. They can also utilise whistles and sirens, or a blown conch shell.
For Schools and NFPs

How we Work

Education is the key to social change. Who better to lead this change than those already creating good.

Step 1

Identify partners

LFG Identifies a NFP Partner to onboard their course content.

Step 2

Building the COntent

LFG builds course content into customised NFP platform.

Step 3

Working Together

LFG works with the NFP Content Partner to find the market.

Step 4

Support & Licensing

LFG supports the NFP by licensing the product on the platform as users access it.

Step 5

Giving Access

LFG supports access for less advantaged communities through funding partnerships.

The LFG School Buddy Program

Our School Buddy program connects those schools who can resource LFG, with those in more disadvantaged communities, and help forge better educational outcomes.

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