Free tickets are now available to Australia’s largest traveling exhibition, the Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience. The interactive exhibition displays over 200 artifacts from the Australian War Memorial which tell the story of nation’s involvement in the First World War.
The experience presents students with an invaluable once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity, whilst bringing to life both primary and secondary curriculum's. Teachers are supported with learning materials which enable them to further explore the exhibition in the classroom. These can be viewed and download here: http://www.spiritofanzac.gov.au/teach-and-learn
The exhibition is coming to three locations in WA:
- Perth: Perth Convention and Exhibition Center: 29th November - 11th December 2016
- Bunbury: Eaton Recreation Center: 11th -16th January 2017. As this is during the school summer holidays, Bunbury schools may choose to visit the Perth location.
- Kalgoorlie: Goldfields Oasis: 31st January - 5th February 2017
For inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the schools booking line: 02 8572 8763
“I thought it was absolutely brilliant, the fact it was interactive, the use of technology, it was very appropriate for my students. I’d wholeheartedly endorse teachers taking their students to see this exhibition.” – Teacher, Newtown Primary School, Hobart
“This exhibition is the most interactive and realistic history lesson ever. It’s a must-see event, you’ll be totally moved with emotion.” - Visitor, Wollongong