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Growing Up in the Past – special homeschool session

Discover what life was like for working class children growing up in the 1900s at Rouse Hill Estate.

Know It Alls ABC

Adelaide, Chenelle and Marianne, your hosts, take one smart kid and one adequate adult on a fact-finding mission through a unique museum topic.

How We Remember

A virtual experience of four significant memorials on Anzac Parade. Students investigate how symbolism is used to tell stories of service, sacrifice and national pride.

Our Shared Journey

Explore the artworks along Reconciliation Place, discover that Reconciliation is a journey and celebrate milestone achievements and acts of Indigenous resilience.

The Story of Canberra

Experience the story of Canberra. Learn why it became the federal site, assess the international competition entries, and see how the original design is maintained today.

Turtles – Aboriginal Rangers & STEAM writing

Indigenous Rangers showcase their local scientific work, conservation activities, and the technologies used for research.

Growing Up in the Past – special homeschool session

Discover what life was like for working class children growing up in the 1900s at Rouse Hill Estate.

Growing Up in the Past

Discover what life was like for working class children growing up in the 1900s at Rouse Hill Estate.

Cooking up the Past

Connect live with a museum educator and explore how food was grown, stored and cooked in the past, in the 1820s kitchen at historic Vaucluse House.

 

A New Home: Female migrants at the Barracks

Connect live with a museum educator and learn about female Irish orphans who migrated to Australia in the 1800s and stayed at the Hyde Park Barracks.

Solve it Using Sources

This history skills based virtual excursion is focused on analysis of source material to understand historical events and  peoples.

First Contacts

Connect live with a museum educator and learn about first contacts between Aboriginal peoples and colonists that arrived as part of the First Fleet and aboard other ships in the early years of the colony of New South Wales.

 

Convict Work at the Barracks

Connect live with a museum educator and learn about how convicts lived and worked at the Hyde Park Barracks in the early 19th century.