War: Impact on New Zealand society and identity Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tāmaki Paenga Hira. Students Year levels 5 - 8, maximum 30 students Cost $5 per student for a one-hour session Availability Terms 1 - 4 except 1 Mar - 14 Apr and 2 - 26 May, available Mon and Fri Venue Auckland Museum WWII Hall of Memories New Zealand Curriculum Levels 2 - 4 - Social Sciences - Technology Related galleries and exhibitions Home Front exhibition, World War One Hall of Memories, World War Two Hall of Memories, Scars on the Heart gallery ENQUIRE NOWWWI RESOURCESWWII RESOURCES The daily life of a soldier in the First World War Using our extensive collection of artefacts from the First World War, this session exposes students to the experience of war, and why we must ‘let their names be not forgotten’. Students will engage in hands-on activities such as trench building and periscope viewing to discover what daily life was like for the ANZACs during the Gallipoli campaign. This session will also cover: Why New Zealand went to war Who the ANZACs were fighting against Where else New Zealanders served during WWI eg. The Western Front The significance of ANZAC Day and poppies This programme is assisted by LEOTC and funded by the Ministry of Education. Teacher professional development The Auckland War Memorial Museum offers learning opportunities for teachers around the events of the First World War. Book your staff now on this unique experience.