The Museum runs education programs designed for secondary students. Each program has been developed to complement the VELS and Australian Curriculum, and designed to provide students with an engaging learning experience.
Education programs are free, however gold coin donations are welcome.
Self-guided visits for schools
If you’re a teacher planning a self-guided visit download the Education Kit. In it, you will find information and ready-made activities to help you get the most out of your visit to the Museum.
Bookings are compulsory to ensure you get the best possible experience and avoid clashes with any other programs or events that might be running.
CSI: Forensic Science Workshop
Years 8 to 10 – This program introduces students to the role of forensic science in police investigations. During the first half of the program...
Law and Order: Past and Present
Years 9 to 12 – In this program students learn about arrest procedures, re-enact an arrest and discuss basic facts relating to Victoria’s legal system...
Kelly Case Files
Years 7 to 10 – Students examine the history of the Kelly Gang from the perspective of police involved in the case. They view original objects and...
Reviewed 21 March 2021