Surrey Museum School Programs
Curriculum Current Programs
The Surrey Museum offers a variety of unique programs based on the new curriculum. Including authentic artifacts and museum quality reproductions, the programs are an excellent value. Each includes teachers' notes with a resource listing and pre/post program activities with activity/project ideas, online and print resources and a recommended reading/video listing.
The school programs at the Surrey Museum are inquiry based and hands on. Our highly trained docents work with small groups and cater to different learning methods.
Programs offered include:
- Ancient Buried Treasure (Grade 7)
- Christmas Long Ago (Grades 1 to 4)
- Homestead to High-Rise (Grades 1 to 4)
- People of the Land (Grades 1 to 4)
- Salish Stories (K to Grade 2)
- Simple Machines (Grade 5)
- Surrey Long Ago (Grade 4)
- Wartime Christmas (Grades 5 to 7)
New! Edukit Test Project
We're looking for a few teachers of Grades 9, 10 and 11 Social Studies classes to test and provide feedback on our new travelling kit focusing on life in Surrey during World War 1. Find out how you can take part.
Tips and tricks to make your school program visit memorable and easy.
Book your class into a school program by phone or in person.
Heritage Surrey offers valuable resources to accompany each heritage school program.
Homeschoolers are invited to a take advantage of all the museum has to offer in historic Cloverdale.
Learn how your class can participate in this local heritage fair.
Education Assistants Volunteer Opportunity
Do you like working with children? Help deliver hands on school programs to elementary school classes at the Surrey Museum and Historic Stewart Farm.