We provide a range of unique experiences through education programs for early learners, primary and secondary school students, and groups including out-of-school care, community groups and seniors clubs.
Our programs aim to make exploring the museum fun and educational for visitors of all ages and experiences. We use visual teaching strategies and unique object-based learning techniques to bring the collections to life. All our activities are participatory, enabling a memorable and enjoyable exploration of the museum's collections.
Our team of educational officers are drawn from a wide variety of research backgrounds and are eager to share their knowledge; they are trained to facilitate discussion and encourage your participants' journey into history, art, science and culture.
Talk to us about your group’s educational needs, and we can match you with a program.
To request University of Sydney staff or student access to the collections for learning, teaching and research or to discuss how the collections could be integrated into your unit, please contact Academic Engagement Curators Eve Guerry and Jane Thogersen: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Featured image (top of the page): Object-based learning school workshop.