Our educational programmes are brought to life through rich displays, original artefacts and their connected stories at the National Army Museum Te Mata Toa. Programmes are linked to various strands of the curriculum outlined in our Education Booklet and sessions for Early Childhood Centres and Kohanga Reo groups are also available. All programmes can be tailored to your students’ level of learning and our pre-visit discussions will enable you to best meet your learning objectives.
We are able to provide our Learning Experiences Outside the Classroom (LEOTC) programmes for primary, intermediate and secondary schools thanks to the support of funding from the Ministry of Education.
To find out more about a particular education programme offered at the National Army Museum Te Mata Toa, click on the relevant title below to view a comprehensive programme overview.
- Aotearoa New Zealand Identity
- Survival of a Soldier – Ration Pack Cooking
- Tangiwai Disaster 1953
- Te Porere Redoubt
- Puanga, Matariki, Māori New Year
Years 0 – 3
Years 4 – 8
Years 9 – 10
Years 11 – 13
For bookings or further information please contact an Educator on 06 387 6911 or make an enquiry.