Have fun learning during your next school trip with MoAD’s interactive and engaging school programs.
Students participating in MoAD’s learning programs will be empowered to become active citizens through inquiry-based learning, interactive technology and historic role play in the very location where decisions that shaped our nation were made.
Our Australian Curriculum aligned programs offer unique learning experiences relating to Civics and Citizenship; History; Geography; HASS; English and The Arts, as well as the General Capabilities and Cross Curriculum Priorities.
- School programs run for 60 minutes, unless otherwise specified
- The onsite programs are $5 per student, accompanying teachers/adults are free
- A ratio of one teacher/adult per ten students is required to ensure duty of care on the programs
- All programs are facilitated by a qualified museum educator
- All museum educators have relevant police checks and Working with Vulnerable People accreditation.
|Who’s the Boss?||60||5-50||✔||5-67-8|
HASSCivics And CitizenshipHistoryEnglish
|Our Voices, Our Choices||60||5-50||✔||7-89-1011-12|
Civics And CitizenshipHistoryGeographyEnglish
|Franklin River Workshop Debate: 1983||60||15-30||✔||45-6|
|We Can Make a Difference||60||8-30||✔||F-345-6|
|Malcolm Fraser: Refugee Crisis 1977||60||10-30||✔||9-1011-12|
Civics And CitizenshipHistory
|Gough Whitlam: Prime Minister Dismissed 1975||60||5-45||✔||9-1011-12|
Civics And CitizenshipHistoryEnglish
|Behind the Lines||30-60||1-30||✔||5-67-89-1011-12|
HASSCivics And CitizenshipHistoryEnglishVisual ArtsMedia Arts
|Searching for Significance||60||5-30||✘||F-3|
*Australian Curriculum V8.3 – Curriculum Learning Areas