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Schools will have the opportunity to take part in a suite of workshops, seminars and events, led by the Anzac Memorial’s team of specialist educators from 11 November 2018. 

At the heart of the Anzac Memorial is a commitment to remember the courage, endurance and sacrifice of Australian Anzacs – both past and present. We understand that when communicated well, our Anzac stories provide insights into the human condition that will inspire young people and may help them navigate the challenges and complexities of their own lives in the 21st century.

Through imaginative and inspiring approaches, our aim is to open up the skills and resources within the Anzac Memorial and provide opportunities for students and teachers to explore our history, artwork, artefacts and architecture in creative and engaging ways.

Our workshops are inquiry led, object based and linked to the NSW syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. They take place in our new space for learning, a state-of-the-art auditorium, offering a flexible environment for interactive and engaging workshops. 

Download the 2018-19 School Learning Program brochure

On this day
22 August

1941 — HMAS STUART left the Mediterranean bringing to an end the 10th Destroyer Flotilla, the “SCRAP IRON FLOTILLA”

1942 — 18th Brigade landed at MILNE BAY (Papua), bringing Allied numbers in the area to more than 8,800

1944 — 44 Wing RAAF disbanded. This unit controlled Radar installation across Northern Australia. The Wing was reformed in 2000 and now commands military Air Traffic Control in Australia and overseas, including Sudan, East Timor, Iraq and the Solomon Islands