Bombing Raid and Air Sea Rescue
Cost: FREE. As the Air Force Museum is a registered charitable trust, koha (donations) are gladly accepted.
Programme duration: 60 minutes
To book, contact:
Chris Davey, BA, Dip Tchg
Phone: (03) 343 9517
STEP BACK IN TIME TO 1943 AND DISCOVER WORLD WAR TWO IN THE PACIFIC
Suitable for Y4-8 students
Learn about the jobs that Royal New Zealand Air Force personnel undertook and the risks they faced, before experiencing a simulated bombing raid. Then, jump into a life raft and learn about the Air Force’s present-day role in Search and Rescue.
A very interactive programme that will have students so engrossed that they won’t even realise they’re learning!
- Social Sciences: Identity, Culture, and Organisation, Place and Environment, Continuity and Change
- Technology: Technological Knowledge
- English: Listening, Reading, and Viewing
- Key Competencies: All
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