Book now! “Kids Create – Bravery” Education Sessions

Think museum exhibitions are just designed by adults for adults?

Think again!  Kids Create – Bravery is a vibrant and engaging exhibition for everyone, exploring “What is Bravery?”

Book now to take part in one of our hands on inquiry workshops designed with the key competencies at its core.

A great way to get your students inspired through the work of their peers both the exhibition and the session offer boundless cross curricular learning opportunities and can provide a great spring board for your next learning journey whatever the topic.

Just $2 per student  workshops can be adapted for students from Year 3 up to Year 8

Workshops 60 minutes in length

On now until the end of February 2018

Choose from:

Hands on History:  How can objects tell us about the past?  Get hands on with our artefact investigation using objects from the First World War.

Can only sailors be brave?  Find out about Lieutenant Commander William Sanders, the only New Zealand naval recipient of the Victoria Cross medal then explore what it means to be brave.

Welcome to the amazing museum of…  What makes a good exhibition? Students work together in groups to plan their own mini exhibitions and then pitch them to the rest of the group

Want to carry on your inquiry back in class or have a more specific focus for your study?

Not a problem!  Speak to Emma our Educator, to find out how we can provide a learning experience that meets the needs of you and your class- both pre, during and post visit.

Find out more about the exhibition here