Justice & Police Museum offers education programs for both primary and secondary students.
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Within the setting of a historic police station and courthouse, this program gives students the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the interrelationships between the law and society.
Students explore the impact of the gold rush on law and order in the colony of NSW, and of bushrangers on the Australian identity.
This challenging and thought-provoking program develops students’ skills in historical research and critical thinking, and their appreciation of history as a study of human experience.