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ActUp Ltd

Introduce Careers & Curriculum
Using Drama & Roleplay Modules
Nationwide - Year's 4 - 11

Ph: 04 475 3260
or visit

www.actup.co.nz


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


Napier Prison

Historic and Ghost Tours in NZ's Oldest Prison

We can provide 1 hour guided group tours of the prison to suit your age group. Alternatively, we run a 2-hour Junior Programme featuring an historical tour, scavenger hunt, fingerprinting and games. Children can enter the cells, visit the hanging yard and hear about the secret tunnel, ghosts and lighthouse. Seated areas are provided for morning tea or lunch. Excellent for exchange students or students studying other languages are our audio tours in 15 different languages.
Napier Prison is just a few minutes walk to the town centre and Marine Parade.
Self-guided audio tours are available every day.

To book your school group tour
P: 06 835 9933

getnicked@napierprison.com

www.napierprison.com


New Zealand Walking Access Commission

Wellington

The New Zealand Walking Access Commission is the Crown entity that works to enhance free, certain, practical and enduring access to the great outdoors. The Commission has created the Both Sides of the Fence education website to assist teachers and students to explore the theme of responsible use of the outdoors. The site features engaging animated scenarios, a student image gallery and a teachers' space with resources supporting the English and Social Sciences learning areas, and EOTC activities. Both Sides of the Fence is designed for years 4-8, but is also appropriate for younger or older students.

Phone: 04 815 8502

contact@walkingaccess.govt.nz

www.bothsidesofthefence.org.nz


Rewi Alley an extraordinary ordinary New Zealander.

To order his re-released Biography go to order form

Rewi Alley’s 120th Birthday Anniversary is being celebrated in 2017 with the release of Rewi’s Biography now published in both Chinese and English and to order this fascinating book please use the link above
FREE Resources
History & Social Studies Teachers Years 7–10 & Years 11–13 see link below for resources prepared by a teacher.
Rewi Alley was:
• Raised and educated in Canterbury,
• Veteran of the 1st World War in France,
• Taranaki Farmer in the 1920s
• Spent 50 years in China where he is highly honoured.
The Learning.Anniversary Coordinating Committee in conjunction with the NZ China Friendship Society has commissioned three Units of
These units are now available as a free online resource and to download visit;

rewialley.kiwi.nz/activities/schools-competition


Rhythm Interactive

Inspire - Educate - Entertain
Nationwide

Our fully-interactive percussion shows embrace the fun and simple methods of learning music and rhythm. The shows are geared to inspire, motivate and encourage creativity within students and teachers. Each student is given an African-styled hand drum to perform along with our team. We offer three shows geared towards the different age groups of your students (junior, middle and senior). The senior show is performed without a single word spoken as part of the theme: "Actions speak louder than words".

Contact: John Boone 021 635 746

john@rhythminteractive.co.nz

www.rhythminteractive.co.nz


Sheepworld

For a true NZ Farm Experience
Auckland just North of Warkworth,

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Bring your students to Sheepworld Farm Park to learn about the NZ Sheep and Wool Story using our tailor-made packages of activities for school groups that will fulfill many parts of your curriculum. Sheepworld is an all-weather venue and we have a range of indoor and outdoor activities.

Indoor activities and facilities include:
Dog and Sheep Shows twice daily at 11am and 2pm. Other times available on request.
Rural craft activities for groups; wool spinning, butter making & native plant workshops.
Marquee and picnic area available for eating lunch or morning/afternoon tea..

Outdoor activities include:
Complete farmyard of animals including alpacas, pigs, donkeys, miniature horses, goats and sheep.
Animal Encounters; learn about selected animals.
Guided Farm Tour & guided or self-guided Eco Discovery Trail.
Our shop is stocked with quality, natural NZ products ideal for staff presentations or gifts.
Our onsite Berries Café serves tasty snacks and meals, great coffee and real-fruit organic Ice-creams.
For school camps there is a campsite and caravan park adjacent to Sheepworld which is separately owned and managed. Upon request we can supply information on how to book the campsite. Bring your students to Sheepworld for an entertaining and educational experience they won’t forget.
Contact the Sheepworld team.

P: 09 4257444

info@sheepworld.co.nz

www.sheepworldfarm.co.nz


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