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Westpac is Australia’s first bank and oldest company. As part of Australia’s fabric, we‘re committed to helping today's students, our future generation, to handle tomorrow's challenges.


We’ve teamed up with Mathspace to give students free access to Mathspace Essentials.

Students have access to thousands of interactive questions covered in the primary and high school curriculums of each state and a step-by-step guide on how to reach the right answer.

Helicopters School program

The Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Schools Program is a fun and educational resource developed to teach primary school students about this iconic emergency service. It has been created by Westpac, in conjunction with the Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Bases, Surf Life Saving Australia and an independent education agency for students, teachers and parents to provide information about the Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Service and the important emergency service they provide to communities all over Australia.

Teachers can review the resources and implement them in their classroom. Ideally they would show the video episodes in class and then perform the lesson plans which align to the content. Lesson plans are also designed to be used in a flexible manner in the classroom so teachers can adapt each activity to suit their students and their schools teaching format.


The Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Schools Program app also offers children an opportunity to play and learn. There are two play-based learning games – 'Rescue Rangers' and 'Westpac Little Ripper' – as well as digital lessons to educate children about the iconic emergency rescue service


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Westpac Rescue Rashie

Since 1973, the Westpac Choppers have performed more than 80,000 missions nation-wide. Recently we launch our Westpac Rescue Rashie as part of #Safe4Summer. Now, anyone, anywhere can have the knowledge to conduct paediatric CPR. Go online to purchase your own Westpac Rescue Rashie - all proceeds from the sale of the Rashies will be donated to Take Heart Australia.


For more information visit Westpac Rescue Rashie


Financial First steps

Our Financial First Steps – Starting Out guide is for people just starting to manage their money for themselves. Developing good money habits early in life will stand people in good stead for the rest of their life.  

The Financial First Steps –Starting Out guide introduces the concept of setting goals and saving to achieve those goals, explores the ways in which money can be used and encourages making informed choices with money.


For more information visit Westpac's Davidson Institute


Our Financial First Steps –Working Out guide is for people getting into the workforce and learning how to manage their income. A big milestone for many people is getting their first job, but with that comes the added responsibility of managing the income they’re now earning. Understanding work entitlements and getting into good money habits will help make the most of the opportunities that working presents.

The Financial First Steps – Working Out guide: explores the ins and outs of getting paid, encourages having  a plan for spending and saving and introduces financial products to help manage money.


For more information visit Westpac's Davidson Institute

Westpac Bicentennial Foundation

Westpac Scholars will create a better future for all Australians.

Westpac Bicentennial Foundation will help achieve this by investing in and uniting outstanding people from all walks of life with ambition, ideas and drive to help Australia prosper and grow. Forever. We've centred our scholarships around three focus areas we believe are at the heart of Australia's future growth and prosperity, and central to our own focus as an organisation.


For more information visit Westpac's Bicentennial Foundation