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(except Christmas Day)
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Charges apply to some short-term exhibitions and activities
55 Cable Street, Wellington
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Using the Stanford design process, teach students to create resilient communities that can deal with the effects of earthquakes when they happen – both social and structural.
Creating virtual reality (VR) in your classroom is easier than you think. With free online tools your students can do it for themselves.
Delve deeper into the meaning of Matariki through inspiring activities and lesson plans.
A learning resource for teachers and students. Learn all about New Zealand's involvement in the Venice Biennale and 2017's contributing artist Lisa Reihana.
Teach the Maramataka and the Māori months in your classroom with the help of our teaching resource and classroom poster.
Teaching scientific skills, knowledge, and practices in ECE settings and primary schools is made easy with this hands-on resource.
Download our resource and learn Tongan words, phrases, and pronunciation, and explore aspects of Tongan culture.
Learn Cook Islands Māori words, phrases, and pronunciation, and explore aspects of Cook Islands Māori culture.
Practise Sāmoan words and phrases, and explore the Sāmoan culture for Sāmoan Language Week.
Use material from Gallipoli: The scale of our war to explore World War I themes with students.
Prompt your students to analyse art works in new ways, using key art terms from eight topics.
Study the relationships between sculpture and context – with inspiration from artist Bill Culbert.
Help your students engage with art and develop their visual language skills.
Investigate and manipulate light – with inspiration from artist Bill Culbert.