School visits

To book an education program please contact the Migration Museum on 8207 7580.

The Migration Museums education programs are aligned with the Australian Curriculum. Visit Programs for Schools for details. If you require a program to be modified for your students learning needs, please contact the Education Manager on 8207 7692.

When planning your visit, please ensure that you have firm dates and times. The Migration Museum is a small museum and we are keen to accommodate as many schools as practicable. Please note that tentative bookings cannot be made.

Please note during Term 4 part of the Migration Museum will be closed for redevelopment. Programs will be modified during this period.

Term 1

  • Day in the Life of a Child in the 19th Century: Joint Program with Ayers House – R-2/3 (offered up to 15 March 2018)
  • Being a child in the 19th Century – R-2
  • Overview: First Contacts – Years 3 and 4
  • Overview: Australia’s colonisation, migration and democracy in the 1800s – Year 5
  • Overview: Australia as a Nation – Year 6
  • Unpacking Histories – Years 6 and 9
  • Overview: Movement of Peoples – Year 9
  • Overview: Contemporary Migration to South Australia post 1945 – Year 10
  • Overview: Negotiated program

Term 2

  • Overview: First Contacts – Years 3 and 4
  • Colonial Footprints – Years 4 and 5
  • Overview: Australia’s colonisation, migration and democracy in the 1800s – Year 5
  • Overview: Australia as a Nation – Year 6
  • Unpacking Histories – Years 6 and 8
  • Overview: Movement of Peoples – Year 9
  • Overview: Contemporary Migration to South Australia post 1945 – Year 10
  • Overview: Negotiated program
  • REFUGEE Week: 17 – 23 June 2018. Details coming soon…
  • NAIDOC Week:  Because of her, we can!  Year 5 to 9, Please ring 82077580 for more information

Term 3

  • Day in the Life of a Child in the 19th Century: Joint Program with Ayers House – R-2/3 (offered from 7 August 2018)
  • Overview: First Contacts – Year 3 and 4
  • Colonial Footprints – Years 4 and 5
  • Overview: Australia’s colonisation, migration and democracy in the 1800s – Year 5
  • Overview: Australia as a Nation – Year 6
  • Unpacking Histories – Years 6 and 9
  • Overview: Movement of Peoples – Year  9
  • Overview: Contemporary Migration to South Australia post 1945 – Year 10
  • Overview: Negotiated program
  • SA Music Festival: Song of Migration, 18 – 28 September 2018. Details coming soon…

Term 4

  • Day in the Life of a Child in the 19th Century: Joint Program with Ayers House – R-2/3
  • Being a child in the 19th Century – R-2
  • Overview: First Contacts – Year 3 and 4
  • Colonial Footprints – Years 4 and 5
  • Overview: Australia’s colonisation, migration and democracy in the 1800s – Year 5
  • Overview: Australia as a Nation – Year 6
  • Unpacking Histories – Year 6 and 9
  • Overview: Movement of Peoples – Year  9
  • Overview: Contemporary Migration to South Australia post 1945 – Year 10
  • Overview: Negotiated program

We encourage you to complete the following Desired Learning Outcomes before you bring your school group in. This assists in ensuring the program provided fits your students learning needs.

Desired Learning Outcomes

To help us prepare for your school visit please complete the following form
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