The Shrine provides a comprehensive suite of curriculum aligned education programs for primary and secondary students.
Contact the education team about programs for:
- tertiary institutions
- specialist schools
- groups of home-schooled students
- people with disabilities and people with autism (customised)
Welcome to the Shrine - guided school program
An introductory guided program for young visitors to the Shrine of Remembrance. 60 minutes, years P to 4.
On the home front - guided school program
Young children are encouraged to imagine a life very different to their own in this reflection tour about the Second World War. For years P to 4.
Shrine exploration - guided school program
Students are invited to reflect on the impact and effects of war for Australia and Australians. 60 minutes, years 5 to 6.
Keepsakes from the First World War - guided school program
An engaging hands-on program with replica and real Great War equipment. 90 minutes, years 5 to 6.
Shrine guided introduction - guided school program
Students will tour the Shrine's unique memorial spaces and learn about the symbolism of the buildings original features. 60 minutes, years 7 to 12.
Victorians in the First World War - guided school program
Students gain insight into the experience of Australian soldiers and nurses during the years 1914-1918. 90 minutes, years 7 to 12.
The Second World War: Australian experience - guided school program
Students can practice their skills of historical enquiry in a museum context, reflecting on the lasting effects of war on Australian communities. 90 minutes, years 9 to 12.
Only 19: Australians in the Vietnam War - guided school program
In this hands-on program, students will explore the Shrine’s spaces of commemoration and take a close look at the Vietnam War displays in the Galleries. 90 minutes, years 9 to 12.
Reviewed 05 November 2020