We strive to instil awareness and appreciation of Singapore's heritage amongst our school-going children and youth through various engaging educational programmes and close, long-term collaborations with MOE and schools.
We also established NHB Academy in 2010 to be a centre of excellence in specialist and professional museum training and to promote Singapore as a regional hub for museum scholarship and research on Singapore, Southeast Asia and Asia.
In this section, we aim to provide useful information and resources for heritage professionals, educators, parents and students and inspire learning journeys to our museums.
Resources for Families
Going to visit our museums and want to discover more about our culture and heritage? We strongly encourage you to download the following activity worksheets to enhance your visit.
Resources for Schools and Students
Interested in celebrating your schools's heritage by telling its story through an exhibition? Our School Heritage Corners aims to provide schools with a platform to cultivate a sense of belonging and identity, to allow schools to act as a focal point for community heritage, to complement the school curriculum and learning outcomes, and to nurture heritage enthusiasts.
Resources for Pre-Schools
Singapore's Little Treasures is a pilot programme in partnership with Early Childhood Development Agency(ECDA). This programmes comprises of a travelling trunk with 8 treasures being sent to pre-schools for young learners to handle and explore Singapore's history, as well as heritage lessons and museum visits.