ANZAC Year levels 5 - 8 Duration Two hours Venue War Memorial - Scars on the Heart 1 and Sanctuary Cost $10 per student Using our extensive collection of artefacts from the World War I period, as well as the Scars on the Heart 1 gallery, learners explore New Zealand's experience of the Great War. The programme includes face-to-face encounters with characters based on individual New Zealanders, examinations of the Sanctuary, and the experiences of those left behind to keep the home fires burning. Through multimedia and hands-on interactions, this programme exposes a new generation to the experience of war, and why we must "let their names be not forgotten". The ANZAC programme is assisted by LEOTC and funded by the Ministry of Education. Booking information The ANZAC programme is hosted in the War Memorial (Scars on the Heart 1 and Sanctuary) where we can accommodate up to 30 students. There is a minimum charge of 20 students per session, at $10 per school student. Contact one of our programmers for more information, or book your session now. Book now Related Museum galleries and resources This programme may be combined with visits to Scars on the Heart 2 (the Second World War gallery) and the Hall of Memories (the First World War memorial), Holocaust gallery or a visit to another Museum gallery of your choice. Visit the Library and Armoury Information Centre for easy access to our extensive research and resource material. Booking is advisable so staff can best meet your learning needs Scars on the Heart Gallery Visit the Scars on the Heart gallery to learn about the New Zealand civil wars and New Zealand's involvement in the Anglo-Boer War of the 19th Century, the First and Second World Wars, the Asian conflicts, and our armed forces participation in recent United Nations peacekeeping missions. Download the background notes for the Scars on the Heart gallery Last updated on: 6 Aug 2014 | File Size: 634 kB Cenotaph database Search the Cenotaph database for biographical and service details for over 115,000 New Zealand service men and women from the 19th century till today and especially from First and Second World Wars. The database can be searched by who they were, where they went, and where they were from. 'Soldiering on' pictorial collection View a small selection of photographs, paintings and drawings of people at war, soldiers in training, at the front lines, preparing for battle and in action. These range from depictions of early European and Māori conflict to photographs from World War One. View the Soldiering On exhibition 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. www.anzac.govt.nz A guide to Anzac day for New Zealanders. www.ww100.govt.nz Remembering World War One 100 years on www.firstworldwar.com Dedicated WW1site with background information, multimedia & narratives. www.1914-1918.net The British Army in World War One. www.mch.govt.nz Ministry of Culture and Heritage: supporting our culture and preserving our heritage. www.nzhistory.net.nz A NZ history website produced by professional historians. www.rsa.org.nz Returned Services Association Website www.historylearningsite.co.uk UK educational website with dedicated WW1 & WW2 sections. www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/history/mwh/ Excellent secondary revision site from the BBC www.28maoribatallion.org.nz Site dedicated to the men who served with the legendary Maori Battalion in World War 2. www.iwm.org.uk Imperial War Museum – coverage of conflicts involving Britain and the Commonwealth.