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Home Hill eBook

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Each of the chapters explores an aspect of the history of the family and their experience living in this home, and places these stories within the context of the broader changes in Australian society over the last 100 years. Visitors to the home can use this eBook to enhance and
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Learn about the family who built the McCrae Homestead

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“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
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Respect Me

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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
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Home Hill School Tours

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Our tailored guided tour shares the incredible stories of Home Hill with students. Home Hill, the family home of Joseph Lyons, Dame Enid Lyons and their 12 children, is Devonport’s only ‘house museum’. It presents a learning environment for all ages and has direct links to the National History Curriculum. Joseph
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Heritage at your Touch

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Take your students on a virtual tour of a real colonial house and meet the people who lived there and examine their things!
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La Trobe’s Cottage

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Explore his home on a guided tour and find out the extraordinary story of Melbourneís first Governor and Melbourneís colourful early history.
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McCrae Cottage

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Explore McCrae Homestead (1844) one of Victoria's oldest homesteads and show your students the early pioneering life in a real bush homestead built by the Peninsulaís earliest settlers.
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Endeavour Fern Gully

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Follow the trail around Victoriaís original rain forest with a guided tour of the ecosystems and environments within the Gully by botanic experts.
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Gulf Station Farm

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Home of the Bell family, successful pastoralists in Yarra Glen.Take your students on a farm experience from the past.
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Peninsula Farm (Year 1)

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Learn about similarities and differences in family life by comparing the present with the past.
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Present and Past Family Life: Peninsula Farm (Year 2)

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Students explore, recognise and appreciate the history of their local area by examining remains of the past and considering why they should be preserved.
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History-In-A-Box

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History in a Box is a hands-on learning kit that gives students the opportunity to explore aspects of the daily lives of children in the 19th century.
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Mrs Sargood goes to school

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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.
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Primary programs at Rippon Lea House and Gardens

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This program examines the past through family history, childrenís life, schooling and domestic work. It includes toys, games, sports, period clothes and exploration activities.
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The Australian Colonies: No 1 Pump Station, Mundaring Weir (Year 5)

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A visit to No 1 Pump Station, Mundaring Weir can be used to engage students with the development of Western Australia.
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Maths@Sea – Make Maths Fun On Board A Ship!

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Let your Yr 7 - 8 students investigate important concepts on a mathematical journey aboard an 1885 tall ship the Polly Woodside.
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Experience incarceration for yourself

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Students actively explore this confronting place and its people from a number of different perspectives through role-play, multi-media interpretation and self-exploration.
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School Programs at the Gaol

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Entering the confines of the Old Melbourne Gaol offers students a breathtaking immersion into a past world of crime, justice and punishment.
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3D Courtroom Interactive Video

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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.
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Court Room Dramas – perform a court trial re-enactment

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This significant heritage building offers students an engaging and revealing insight into past and contemporary legal process.
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Woodbridge (Year 1)

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Explore, recognise and appreciate the history of their local area by examining remains of the past and considering why they should be preserved.
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