Spark your students' interest with an introduction to our collections, or deep dive into a specific topic, tailored to suit your needs. Our expertise is fostering discussion-led discovery and object-based learning.
Our secondary school program in the Nicholson Museum is linked to the NSW Stage 4 and 5 History syllabus, Elective History syllabus and Stage 6 Ancient History syllabus. For students in Year 7 to 10, we focus on the discovery of history and developing interpretive skills, emphasising the importance of context. Stage 6 (Year 11–12) students are given intensive sessions on HSC course-related subjects with a focus on developing skills of 'reading' material culture.
When the Chau Chak Wing Museum opens, we will greatly expand the scope of our education programs.
It is also an excellent opportunity for students to experience University life and tertiary studies.
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.
These are some of the topics available:
Please talk to us to discuss other options.
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.
|Secondary programs (7–12)||Price per student
Teachers, parents and carers join for free.
Featured image (top of the page): a student handles an ancient Athenian white ground lekythos as part of our hands-on programs.