Welcome to the website of
The Clyde River and Batemans Bay Historical Society
Educational Program and Group Visits
Behind every door there is a story itching to get out!
Thankyou letters from Year1 pupils at St. Bernards School after a recent Museum visit.
Enjoying the Children's Area in the museum.
Say Hi! to our Spotted Grass Frog Taddies!!!
Gladiator, Hot Lips, Brigitte, Rocky, Maurice, Sasha, Bill, and 2 'no names' as yet - any suggestions?
Visiting from Canberra Region, getting a growth spurt in Summer sunshine at the Bay before returning to the Monaro. This is an ACT Schools Project, details of which are available from:
ACT Frogwatch Co-ordinator at [email protected]
Schools Outreach Program
The Society offers a large range of Outreach opportunities to match the NSW Schools Year One and Two curriculum, eg Transport and Communication, Old School Days, Long Ago - Toys and Games. Contact us to discuss a fee structure for a one-off visit or a package.
Speakers present a slide show, then assist teachers in supervising students as they experience the use of artefacts which put the story in context, eg pre-electricity, hand-made, pre-computer etc., together with hand-outs for out-of-school activities.
We cater for all age groups, and liaise with school staff to organise a hands-on programme designed to meet current curriculum requirements. Children benefit greatly from the opportunity to handle artefacts.
Please contact us to discuss your curriculum requirements.
Guided visits can also be organised outside normal opening hours. There is currently a student charge of $2.00 per head.