Students experience life in the 1840’s for the Bunurong people and the McCrae family from a youth’s perspective on the Mornington Peninsula pioneer property.
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Your students can enjoy one of our facilitated education programs at the Old Melbourne Gaol, Polly Woodside Tall Ship, Rippon Lea mansion, Como house or McCrae homestead.
We offer programs that cover a range of discipline areas from history and humanities to maths and geography. See below for more information about program content, curriculum links and making bookings or download our program guide to all Trust Education programs.
Can’t make it to one of our properties? To support our teachers and students operating through distance education we have created a range of interactive online learning resources and programs. These include:
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Students gained an insight into Melbourne's criminal past and what it would have been like to be a convicted criminal and the conditions that they faced. The court room drama gave students a real-life experience about what it would be like if that situation occurred.