Heritage places are rich learning environments for students of all ages.
The National Trust welcomes teachers and their students to our heritage places and offers structured learning programs at a number of locations around the state.

Ayers House Museum

Ayers House is a unique learning environment for students of all ages.  It preserves a significant legacy of Australia’s colonial history, including the grand public spaces like the State Dining Room and the working areas where servants toiled to support the household.

The National Trust of South Australia has a variety of program for all years levels and has prepared a series of resources to help teachers and students explore the value of heritage in fun and surprising ways.

2021 Ayers House Museum School Program Info Pack

Home Schooling Education Programs 2021

Bookings and enquiries: Call (08) 8223 1234 or email Helen at hlawry@nationaltrustsa.org.au.


Z Ward & Old Treasury & Tunnels

Programs for Secondary Students 2021

Bookings and enquiries: Call (08) 8223 1234 or email Helen at hlawry@nationaltrustsa.org.au.


Willunga Schoolroom

Mr Bassett’s Schoolroom is a school learning program that has been developed to support teaching of Year 3 History in an authentic heritage setting. The program focuses on continuity and change in the Australian experience of school over 150 years.  It has been designed to enable teachers and students to reflect on how schools and education have changed in their own area over time, as well as the shifting role of symbols and emblems in the identity and heritage of their local area.

For more information about our schools programs or to plan a visit for your student group please contact Linda Gissing.
e: linda.gissing61@gmail.com m: 0423 367 516


Gawler Museum

 

Two school programs are offered at the Gawler Museum in the ‘Old Telegraph Office’. One is tuned to the Year 5 History curriculum. It’s hands on and includes Gawler’s local history of migration, discovery of mystery objects, MP3 guided trail through the museum, and the technology of daily  living, entertainment and communication.

The second is aligned to Years 2 and 3 of the Technology curriculum. It’s hands-on and includes communication, entertainment, home equipment and technologies, food and Industries. We consider distinguishing between past, present and future.  In both programs, students are rotated through four short lessons in groups of 7-8.


Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum

Teachers can choose from eight different modules based on the National Curriculum: History for Reception – Year 2. Volunteer guides lead groups through activities including wash day, old school room experience, agriculture, blacksmith Shop, local area development, family life, Post Office/Hotel and games. Three modules can be presented per museum visit. A self-guided walking tour of local historical building is also available.

Learn more at http://www.ttgmuseum.on.net/schools.html
Contact Gill at chair@ttgmuseum.on.net or on 0431 080 062.

 

 

 

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School Programs or student group visits

This year we are offering new school programs at Ayers House and the Old Treasury and Victoria Square in Adelaide in addition to our current offerings at the Bassett Schoolroom in Willunga, the Gawler Old Telegraph Station Museum and the Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum.

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