Museum of Sydney offers education programs for both primary and secondary students.
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Students conduct an historical investigation into the process and impact of the British colonisation of Australia, examining sources and perspectives.
During this program at Museum of Sydney, on the site of first Government House, students have a unique opportunity to explore links between Indigenous and European histories, cultures and perspectives in the expanding Sydney colony of the 1800s.
Enter an immersive cityscape full of magical, tactile experiences to discover how the city works. Peek inside buildings, duck underground, and explore the streets to find out what’s going on above your head and beneath your feet.
This professional development day for primary teachers explores practical ways to teach skills and concepts through place-based learning strategies.
This professional development day for primary teachers explores practical ways to incorporate Indigenous perspectives in the classroom.
Be a part of this free, live virtual excursion event, direct from Museum of Sydney for Stage 2 and 3 classes.
During this thought-provoking and engaging program, students learn that the Museum of Sydney is built over the site of first Government House, from where Arthur Phillip governed the young colony of NSW.