Secondary Programs

Consider adding an educator-led learning experience to your museum visit. 

School programs provide a unique museum experience to enrich and extend the outcomes of your visit. Our value-added, facilitated sessions offer creative exploration and investigation of primary and secondary sources, including museum objects, images and stories. These programs are linked to the Australian Curriculum and QCAA Senior Syllabus.

Sessions run in class sizes with a maximum capacity of 28 and cost $5.50 for local and $7.50 for non-local school groups. Bookings are essential. Schools are invoiced post-visit for teacher convenience.

Availability: Monday – Thursday, Terms 1 - 4.


Seasonal Facilitated School Program

Throughout the school year, the museum offers a range of seasonal facilitated programs complementing visiting exhibitions or events.

To keep informed about seasonal school programs and events, sign up to our education eNews here.

Guided Introduction: Connections across the Coral Sea

Availability: Term 1 2022
Audience: Years 4-12
Duration: 45 minutes per session. Rotations for large groups will require a reset period.
Curriculum: HASS | History | Science | Design and Technologies | Visual Arts
Students will take a guided tour through Connections across the Coral Sea with our Learning Officer. Introducing key aspects and themes of the exhibition, students will be guided to ask questions and explore specific highlights of the exhibition in depth. The program concludes with free time for students to explore and immerse themselves in an interactive recreation of a real archaeological dig.

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