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Aspire to Inspire

Engaging and flexible education resources for teachers and schools that align to curriculum.

GOM has worked with educators and schools to design units that powerfully connect students to learning.


Click on a topic for year-level info, lesson plans, resources and PDFs

Or get in touch with us.


With connection and engagement at its core, GOM’s work transcends cultural and socioeconomic barriers and provides fertile ground to create accessible learning resources that encourage students to take calculated risks, build awareness, challenge their preconceptions and become inspired and engaged with their education.

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  • Trust
  • Communication
  • Equality
  • Mental Well-being
  • Physical Health

The circus community is built on trust, communication, equality, mental wellbeing and physical health. GOM artists are role models and advocates of these values. They lead with the vision that these ideals can become commonplace in everyday life. These programmes are building on a strong vocabulary around the links between circus arts and universal education and personal growth.

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GOM Ed designed in collaboration with Dan Aubin from Daring Humans

Thank you to our Teacher Partners:

  • Pip Scott - Circus & Science Teacher | University of Canberra High School Kaleen, ACT
  • Allie Gunton - Circus & Dance Teacher | Nepean Creative & Performing Arts High School, NSW
  • John Doherty - Head of Drama | Westminster School, SA
  • Nyree Davis - Inclusive Education & MS/SS Teacher | Encounter Lutheran College, SA

GOM Ed is a way for our company to support and empower teachers and schools in the important and challenging work they do to engage students hearts and minds day after day.

Get in touch

For deep engagement and extension programs, get in touch with our education director

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land upon which we make our work, the Kaurna people.

We honour their Elders, past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that the Indigenous people are the first artists of Australia.

It is our privilege to live and create on their country.

Supported By

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