Be an Air Force Pilot
Cost: FREE. As the Air Force Museum is a registered charitable trust, koha (donations) are gladly accepted
Programme duration: 45-60 minutes
To book, contact:
Chris Davey, BA, Dip Tchg
Phone: (03) 343 9517
Come to the Air Force Museum and be an Air Force pilot!
Suitable for Y0-4 students
After listening to an interactive story about ‘James the Air Force pilot’, children first learn about, then try on real pilot’s clothing, watch an Air Force video, sit in an ejection seat, and make a kitset glider to take home. A wonderful learning experience and great for photo opportunities.
- Social Sciences: Identity, Culture, and Organisation
- Technology: Technological Knowledge
- English: Listening, Reading, and Viewing
- Key Competencies: All
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