Secondary School Programmes

Our secondary school education programmes are designed especially for Year 9 – 13 students.

Our LEOTC programmes offer an enjoyable, authentic, learning experience for senior students in a unique environment. The museum and art gallery provides the perfect place for students to build knowledge and skills through exposure to original works of art and objects. We offer programmes either led by an experienced educator, or self-guided visits facilitated by our education team.

We have a wide range of programmes that link to the New Zealand curriculum and we are happy to tailor a programme to suit your teaching focus. Browse programmes, download a brochure or contact our Educators for more information and bookings.

Download our 2018 Term 3 Programme Brochure.

Download our 2018 Term 4 Programme Brochure.

Current programmes

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Quake 1931

Years 9 - 13

Social Sciences, Geography, History, Arts, at MTG

For the people of Hawke's Bay life changed forever the moment the earthquake struck on 3 February 1931. more...

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Spark It at the Museum

Years 9 - 13

Social Sciences, Arts, Creative Writing, at MTG

Spark your students’ creativity with a visit to MTG’s social history and visual arts galleries. Book an educator-led programme in which students devise scenes inspired by objects or artworks on display, or a free self-guided visit to inspire students' own projects. more...

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Toi: Visual Arts and Design

Years 9 - 13

Arts, at MTG

At MTG there are several galleries dedicated to visual arts. Exhibitions change regularly and there is always a wealth of visual artworks on display, representing a variety of styles, art movements, media types and subject matter. more...

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Seawalls Murals Walk and Talk

Years 9 - 13

Science, Arts, Creative Writing

A guided tour of some of the Pangeaseed Trusts murals based on conservation of the oceans and found around Napier CBD. more...

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Out and About on Marine Parade

Year 9 - 10

Social Sciences, History

What historic events shaped the Marine Parade we know today? Explore and discover stories of Napier's past in a free self-guided walk with a set of historic photos from MTG's archives. more...

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Napier Cemetery Walk and Talk

Year 1 - 13

Social Sciences, Arts, History, Creative Writing

A walk around this historic cemetery on Napier Hill with a commentary on some of the noteworthy early settlers interred there. more...

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Economics study: Port of Napier

Year 11

Social Sciences

A tour of Napier Port with achievement tasks related specifically to Economics AS 90988, interdependence of sectors. more...

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George Nuku - Bottled Ocean

Years 1 - 13

Science, Arts

George Nuku, a Māori carver and artist will create a captivating underwater world from recycled plastic for this exhibition. The message is one of conservation of our oceans. more...

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