Students learn about what it was like to live at Vaucluse House for the wealthy family of William Charles and Sarah Wentworth, with their ten children and many servants
Discuss how food was grown, stored and cooked in the past, in the 1820s kitchen at historic Vaucluse House
This Stage 1 History program gives students the opportunity to explore the working areas of the former farm, and investigate what life would have been like for children living there 120 years ago
What was life like for ordinary working-class children living in the suburbs or on the fringes of Australian cities in the early 1900s?
Discuss what life was like for rural children in the early 1900s and learn about household chores and technology from the past
Join us for a one-of-a-kind museum experience, where kids will discover what life was for the convicts at the Hyde Park Barracks!
Integrating outcomes from History, PDHPE and Creative Arts, this program gives students the opportunity to learn firsthand about what school life was like in the late 19th century
We can’t go back in time, we can still visit the places where people once lived and worked - and do some of their jobs