Let your students discover what it takes to survive a journey aboard an 1885 tall ship, the Polly Woodside. more An Indigenous and non-Indigenous facilitator will deliver a tailored program representing Indigenous cultural heritage through activities delivered alongside traditional European activities. This program has been created in partnership with the Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation. The Indigenous component of the program involves learning about the culture and heritage of the more “The kitchen is finished. It is made of posts stuck upright in the ground; it is plastered with mud.” Letter from Alexander McCrae to Georgiana, his mother, May 1845 more Over 70 per cent of teenagers have received ‘sexts’ or sexual images on their phones of friends, associates or unknown people. Young women are mostly the targeted victims and sexting has a long term and harmful impact. Schools and parents struggle with how to educate young people about the issue and to keep up with more Follow the trail around Victoria's original rain forest with a guided tour of the ecosystems and environments within the Gully by botanic experts.
To learn about the walking trail complete with QR guided markers visit http://www.endeavourferngully.org.au/ more Take your students on a virtual tour of a real colonial house and meet the people who lived there and examine their things! more Students will take part in a 50 minute program in their own classroom that explores what school was like for Melbourne students during the 1880s. more This program examines the past through family history, childrenís life, schooling and domestic work. It includes toys, games, sports, period clothes and exploration activities. more Let your Yr 7 - 8 students investigate important concepts on a mathematical journey aboard an 1885 tall ship the Polly Woodside. more Students actively explore this confronting place and its people from a number of different perspectives through role-play, multi-media interpretation and self-exploration. more Entering the confines of the Old Melbourne Gaol offers students a breathtaking immersion into a past world of crime, justice and punishment. more This is an innovative visual model using a real courtroom, overlaid with talking hotspots, to introduce students to the legal system and the roles and functions of a court. more This significant heritage building offers students an engaging and revealing insight into past and contemporary legal process. more Como House is an important Melbourne icon and a wonderful introduction to the past lives of a Melbourne family in the 1890s. more Get our School Program Guide