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Year 1 - 8

Experiences of an Anzac

Term 1-4, Mon to Fri except during Anzac season

Learn about the experiences of New Zealand soldiers during wartime through hands-on, interactive activities that encourage questioning and thinking.

Johnny Gardno

Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tāmaki Paenga Hira.

Students
5 - 8, maximum 30 students
Cost
$5 per student for a one-hour programme
Availability
Mon–Fri, 2017 (except during the Anzac package season (21 March–13 April and 2–25 May) when it is available Mon and Fri only)
Venue
World War II Hall of Memories
New Zealand Curriculum
Social sciences: Levels 2–4

Technology: Levels 2–4

Related galleries and exhibitions
World War One Hall of Memories, Scars on the Heart gallery

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Let their names not be forgotten

Experiences of an Anzac encourages students to co-construct an understanding around the life of the Anzac soldier.

Introducing a new generation to the experience of war and why we must 'let their names be not forgotten', the session provides:

  • hands-on interactions with World War I collections
  • an overview of the war and New Zealand's role in it
  • an opportunity for students to ask questions, think critically and co-construct ideas about the experiences of New Zealand soldiers at Gallipoli
  • opportunities to make comparisons to life today
  • discussion around the role of memorials, past and present.

This programme is assisted by LEOTC and funded by the Ministry of Education.