Every object tells a story; and our dynamic, curriculum-linked programs bring these stories to life. Below is an overview of each program – follow the links to find out more or request a booking.
You can also download an overview of our education programs for 2014 (PDF 65kb) or 2015 (PDF 77kb), including year-levels, cost, duration and available times; and a list of Australian History curriculum links to our programs (PDF 276kb).
|HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING|
|Symbols of Australia||P–4||1.5 hours||$6|
|Then and Now||P–4||1.5 hours||$6|
|Canberra's History: Site Study||3–6||1.5 hours||$6|
|Australia's Migration Stories||5–12||2 hours||$6|
|Our Australian Environment||5–12||2 hours||$6|
|Making a Nation||5–12||2 hours||$6|
|Meet the People||5–12||1 hour||$4|
|Horse-Powered Australia||5 and 9||2 hours||$6|
Indigenous culture and history focus
|Aboriginal Australia||P–4||1.5 hours||$6|
|Tools of the Land||2–4||1.5 hours||$6|
|Early Contact||3–6||1.5 hours||$6|
|A Living Culture||5–12||2 hours||$6|
|Indigenous Rights and Freedoms||9–12||2 hours||$6|
|Collecting is Fun||P–1||1.5 hours||$6|
|Talking Points||P–12||1 hour||$4|
|Skilling Up For History||5–8||2 hours||$6|
|Investigating Sources||5–12||2 hours||$6|
|The Museum Game||5–12||1 hour||$5|
|Museums and History||11–12||2 hours||$6|
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