Educational Programs for schoolchildren

SCHOOL VISITS

– The Museum is open for school visits during its opening hours. For practical reasons it is necessary to make a reservation with mrs Stavroula Kastritsitel. 210-3237617 (ext. 103).

– On Thursdays,  12:00 – 13:00, a museum curator is available for guided visits. Once again, make your reservation with mrs Stavroula Kastritsitel. 210-3237617 (ext. 103).

– Evening Schools and Second Chance Schools can get in contact with Public Relations responsible mr Giorgos Nikolaou for special arrangements, tel. 210-3237617 (ext. 213).

Please note that all organized activities for schoolchildren are offered in Greek language.

 

Getting to know the Greek traditional dress

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For kindergarten and low primary school classes.

Responsible: mrs Angela Vidali, tel. 210-3237617 (ext. 116).

Thursdays, 09:30 – 11:00. Up to 25 students per group.

 

The Flag and the symbols

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For 5th and 6th grade primary and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade secondary classes.  

The deeper meanings and symbolisms of the flag. Students learn to understand the ideas expressed through flags.

Responsible: mrs Konstantina Kalaitzi, tel. 210-3237617 (ext. 116).

On Tuesdays, 09:00 – 10:30. Up to 30 students per group.

 

Views of the daily life of Greeks (18th - 19th century)

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For students of 6th grade primary and 3rd grade secondary classes, as part of their curriculum.  Housing, nutrition, entertainment, education and free time are all discussed.

Responsible: mrs Nikoletta Zygouri, tel. 210-3237617 (ext. 220).

On Tuesdays, 10:30 – 12:00. Up to 30 students per group.

 

 Let us get to know the National Historical Museum

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For kindergarten and 1st grade primary school classes.

Understanding the concept of a collection, and getting to know the museum’s most important ones.

Museum curators visit the class and provide material in preparation of the visit.

Responsible: mrs Angela Vidali, tel. 210-3237617 (ext. 116).

On Thursdays, 09:00 – 10:15. Up to 25 students per group.

 

 In the teenagers’ eyes

Teens organize their own presentation of exhibits, through their own personal interests.

Groups of Teens visit during weekends, outside of their school schedule. The program depends upon the initiative of students and teachers involved.

Students choose their exhibits of predilection, record them and learn more about them. They organize them in their personal exhibition, using historic testimonies, literature, music and images etc and involving personal thoughts and sentiments. Video recording of the process, which they can then present to their own fellow students.

Once a year, the Museum opens its meeting hall for a presentation of the year’s creations.

Video recording in the museum is done under the responsibility of the school and following permission in writing from the parents.

Responsible: mrs Nikoletta Zygouri, tel. 210-3237617 (ext. 220).

 

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