Further Information - Hei Āpiti

Forms - Ngā Pēpa Whakakīa Ai
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Booking form
Whārangi Puka Akoranga
Museum protocols
RAMS form
Evaluation and Survey
Schools Museum membership
 
Costs - Te Utu
$2 per student per programme (additional charges may apply for special resources)
FREE admission for supervising adults
FREE admission for students from Museum Member Schools (charges may apply for special resources)
 
 
We welcome your input - Tēnā, whakapā mai
LEOTC Advisory Group - He Kāhui Pūkenga
We appreciate the expert advice of classroom practitioners in keeping our education programmes up-to-date and relevant to the New Zealand curriculum. Our LEOTC advisory group meets twice yearly, and our members provide individual consultation on an as-needs basis. Contact us to nominate yourself or a colleague as one of our advisors.
 
Professional Development - Whakangungu Pouako
From time to time, the Museum offers professional development for teachers in areas of museum specialisation. Contact us to register your interest in programmes for classroom teachers.

 

FEATURED PHOTO

Dating from the 1920s, taken from Cooks Gardens looking towards Queens Park in Whanganui, the feature of this photograph is the Sarjeant Art Gallery. The Sarjeant was built with the bequest of Henry Sarjeant. When he died in 1912, he left property in Whanganui valued at 30,000 pounds ($4,697,800 in today's money) in a trust for the purposes of building and maintaining an art gallery in his memory. The Sarjeant was opened in September 1919 by the Prime Minister the Right Honourable William Massy.