A-Z of School Campus Suppliers

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Museums




Canterbury Museum

Rolleston Avenue, Christchurch

Teachers, tots and students of all ages will be enthralled when they explore our inspired interactive learning environment in the heart of the city's Cultural Precinct. There's always something new to discover among the museum's impressive two million collections and special exhibitions. We make curriculum-based learning fun and offer pre and post-lesson support. The museum, first opened in 1870, is world-renowned for its natural and human history collections. Also, check out our cool school holiday programmes and events just for kids.

Phone: 03 366 5000 or Education 03 366 9429

education@canterburymuseum.com

www.canterburymuseum.com


Hands On History

Lakes District Museum and Gallery
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Lakes District Museum and Gallery Arrowtown

Our interactive Hand-On History education programme, featuring the historically preserved goldmining town of Arrowtown, is designed to enrich and enhance the New Zealand curriculum. Students will experience first-hand and interactive learning in an authentic environment. All programme options are activity based, designed to suit all stages and styles of learning and all link clearly to the Social Studies Curriculum strands.

Tel: 03 442 0317
Fax: 03 442 0835

info@handsonhistory.co.nz

www.handsonhistory.co.nz


Howick Historical Village

Pakuranga, Auckland

We have programmes for both High School and Primary Students

We offer customised programmes for Years 9 - 13, as well as tertiary programmes. These include Geography, Drama, English, Tourism, Photography, Food and Fabric Technology and of course, History - a fabulous insight into New Zealand's past especially the establishment of Auckland as our early capital and the settlement of the whole area.

Primary students love delving into early colonial life in New Zealand through hands-on and interactive role-play experiences. We offer a unique EOTC programme involving the technological advancements and inventions made by the early settlers which include construction and engineering, agriculture, food tech, natural medicines, textiles and fabrics. We show how archaeological discoveries of the Fencible Period have helped us understand the lives that early settlers led.

Parents and teachers should also check out our popular holiday programmes and Howick Historical Village is a unique special events venue suitable for children's birthday parties to weddings and corporate events.

Onsite 1850s church, beautiful lawns and gardens with water features plus cafe & a choice of meeting halls for your special event.

Phone: 09 576 9506
Fax: 09 576 9708

education@fencible.org.nz

www.fencible.org.nz


Larnach Castle

Larnach Castle on the spectacular Otago Peninsula is one of NZ's premier visitor attractions and a heritage treasure trove for school groups. Lovingly restored, the castle and internationally-acclaimed gardens are at the heart of the Dunedin visitor experience. We cater for Years 0 - 13. To assist with your planning we can send you brochures and a set of teachers' notes and teachers' self-guided handbook that has been developed for the NZ school curriculum.

Phone: 03 476 1616
Fax: 03 476 1574

www.larnachcastle.co.nz


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