Education programs are focused on NSW curriculum requirements addressing outcomes from a number of syllabus documents. During a visit to Parliament, students will engage in civics and citizenship education, learning about the procedures of parliament, the growth and processes of democracy in NSW and within the Australian federal system. Primary and Secondary School Tours of the Chamber are conducted on non-sitting days and may include a role-play and a chance to meet the local Member of Parliament. On sitting days, students receive an explanation of the legislature and observe Parliament in action from both public galleries. To help decide the type of visit most suitable for your class, see the sitting-day calendar .
For School Tour bookings phone (02) 9230 3444 or email us.
More information on school tours
A range of in-depth education seminars and workshops are offered to secondary and tertiary students throughout the year, with many involving participation from Members. For enquiries phone (02) 9230 2047 or email us.
New Secondary Legal Studies Program
Available only on Wednesdays and Thursdays when the Parliament is sitting, 11.00 am – 1.00 pm. See sitting day calendar to help select a suitable date.
The program focusses on Part 1: The Legal System, providing students with the opportunity to develop an in-depth understanding of the nature and function of law through the examination of the law-making process and legislative institutions.
To find out more about this two-hour program, call (02) 9230 2047 or email us.
Videoconferencing programs are now available for Stage 3 primary students and can be booked through the Distance and Rural Technology centre (DART).
Education Resources are available online.
For further information and enquiries phone (02) 9230 2047 or email us.