Ancestry provides access to AncestryClassroom  for teachers and educators in Australia and New Zealand 

At Ancestry®, we aim to mobilize our global Ancestry family and products to build more connected and resilient communities by empowering the next generation of history makers. 

For nearly a decade, AncestryClassroom has helped students learn more about themselves, navigate the world around them, and become more resilient. We do this by providing educators with access to classroom resources, professional learning tools and Ancestry historical record collections at no cost.

In an effort to reach more students globally, Ancestry is thrilled to expand access to AncestryClassroom  to educators and students in Australia and New Zealand. 

More than 7 million students across the United States currently have access to AncestryClassroom  and we are excited to support educators in Australia and New Zealand in helping their students personally connect to history, develop research skills, access original documents, develop a sense of self and much more. 

AncestryClassroom Australia and New Zealand includes access to Ancestry content from a UK Heritage Plus membership, for free. This includes access to all Australia, New Zealand, UK and Ireland records. 

Teachers, administrators, and district officials can sign up at https://ancestryclassroom.com.au/k12/GrantProgram/ to receive access to these resources.

If you have questions, please email ancestryk12@ancestry.com.

Jason Reeve

As the 'Head of Content & Community' for Ancestry.com in Australia and New Zealand, Jason is a passionate advocate for all things 'history'. Joining back in 2016, Jason continues to work closely with archives, registry offices, genealogical societies & community organisations to uncover new record collections, assist archival digitisation efforts and support family history organisations. When he's not trawling through archives, Jason speaks at events & conferences as well as presenting on radio, television and on social media platforms.

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