Build your First World War school programme One Hundred years on from the First World War: 2014 – 2018 We provide a wide range of educational opportunities to help engage students with the events of the First World War. These include onsite educator led programmes, onsite independent programmes and gallery links, competitions and more. Trentham Camp, N.Z. Engineer recruits, 1915Unknown photographer (1915) Trentham Camp, N.Z. Engineer recruits. Auckland War Memorial Museum call no. D538 T795 Education programmes (educator led) Years 1 - 8 Examine the events and experiences of the First World War with our educator-led programmes for primary and intermediate students. ANZAC Insights into life during World War One War: Impact on New Zealand Society and Identity Years 9 - 13 Select from our secondary school programmes to explore the roles New Zealanders played in the First World War, and the affect the conflict had on the lives and identity of individuals, communities and our nation. Gallipoli: Death of Innocence War: Impact on New Zealand Society and Identity Teacher professional development The Auckland War Memorial Museum offers a range of learning opportunities for primary and secondary teachers, support staff, and principals. Teacher professional development: The First World War Self-guided experiences You might like to lead your own Museum visit. Select from these online and onsite experiences to investigate themes relating to the First World War. Chestnut's guide to Animals During War time Take your own trail around our Centenary-related galleries using this education worksheet. Last updated on: 6 Aug 2014 | File Size: 424 kB Scars on the Heart activity trail Take your own trail around our Centenary-related galleries using this education worksheet. Last updated on: 6 Aug 2014 | File Size: 3.5 MB Centenary-related galleries World War I Sanctuary Scars on the Heart War Memorial galleries Activities and competitions Delve deeper into the our education programmes by taking part in our activities and competitions for primary, intermediate, and secondary students. Recreating Gallipoli in Minecraft Create your own graphic novel © Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tamaki Hira Paenga Create your own graphic novel that tells a narrative around WWI. We've created these instructions, templates, and images to get you started: WWI Graphic Novel instruction sheet ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Learn how to create your own WWI grahpic novel, and where to find help. Last updated on: 12 Feb 2015 | File Size: 5.2 MB WWI Graphic Novel cartoon templates Use these cartoon panels to write your WWI story. Last updated on: 12 Feb 2015 | File Size: 9.1 kB WWI Graphic Novel cartoon images A set of carton images to help you tell your WWI story. Use these, or draw your own. Last updated on: 12 Feb 2015 | File Size: 60 MB Digital resources Fast Facts These animated videos for teachers and students are designed to provide an overview which could be used as talking points for teachers, or to prompt further research by students. The videos focus on New Zealand's involvement in the First World War and life in the trenches. Watch them on our YouTube channel. The Gallipoli campaign Follow the experiences of a young New Zealand soldier throughout the Gallipoli campaign in this series of first-person perspective dramatisations. War memorial: Remembrance Information on commemorations, flag days and information about the Battle of Passchendaele. War memorial: ANZAC Day Commemorations Details about Anzac Day Commemorations at Auckland War Memorial Museum. History of the Museum A history of the founding and building of Auckland Museum. Passchendaele On two days in October 1917, in the farmlands of Belgium, New Zealand suffered two of its greatest tragedies. Museum Library The Auckland War Memorial Museum Library is one of the major research libraries in the country. Armoury Information Centre The Museum's military information centre, provides a rich resource for the study of New Zealand's military history. Online Cenotaph Online Cenotaph contains biographical records and some photos for over 140,000 New Zealanders, many of whom gave their lives as a result of war.