- Balls, Bullets & Boots LIMITED TIME ONLY
- AKE! AKE! AKE! - New Zealanders In Overseas Conflict
- Keepin' It 'Olde Skool' - School And Life In Days Past
- Nga Pakanga O Aotearoa - The New Zealand Wars
- Te Ao Maori - The World Of The Maori
- The Navigators - From Kupe To Captain Cook
- Treaty Time Machine! Aotearoa 1840 - The Birth Of Our Nation
- Waipa - Home Of Champions
- Wetlands Waipa - Our Regions Biodiversity And Enviro-Heritage
Te Awamutu Museum is proud to announce Balls, Bullets & Boots as the next touring exhibition to visit Te Awamutu.
This fascinating exhibition was created by the New Zealand Rugby Museum and explores the horror of World War 1 and the impacts the conflict had on New Zealand through the eyes of All Blacks and rugby players who served.
This exhibition also comes with an education programme and we would like to offer your school the opportunity to attend an LEOTC session as part of your Term 1, 2018 curriculum. The programme offers your students a different perspective on the conflict and is highly topical with 2018 marking the final year of WW1 centenary commemorations.
Further information about the programme including curriculum alignment and key competencies covered by the session can be downloaded
The exhibition is only at Te Awamutu Museum for a limited time, with LEOTC sessions available throughout February and March only. This exhibition is not due to return to the Waikato, so this is a prime opportunity to utilise this amazing national resource.
This programme can also be offered in conjunction with the Ake, Ake, Ake, programme.
For further information, or to book a session, contact us through email@example.com or 07 872 0085.
If you’re bringing your students to The Te Awamutu Museum, why not make a day of it? In association with the Livingston Aquatic Centre we can now offer school groups a special deal at the pools.
When you book one of our Education Programmes and want your class to have a splash, we will arrange the pool booking at a special rate. All you have to do is turn up in togs!