Our programs are designed to inspire children from kindergarten to Year 6 to explore the world in a playful, stimulating and hands-on way.
Our teaching is discussion-based and inquiry-focused, as students explore the museum. Most schools book either a two-hour or three-hour visit. Both include a session in our hands-on room and a tour of the museum led by our education officers.
Primary school students can explore the collections and participate in a range of engaging activities, including:
These are some of the topics available:
If you can't travel to the museum, we offer a series of digital learning experiences. Students can explore the collections – and our team can answer their questions – from the comfort of your classroom. Please contact us for more information. Charges apply.
|Primary programs (K–6)||Price per student
Teachers, parents and carers join for free.
Featured image (top of the page): side panel from a wooden coffin, Necropolis of Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, Thebes, Egypt late first to early second century