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School Zone

Let your imagination soar

Students in front of the Hawker Sea Fury

The Education Services and Community Programs Division welcomes you to the Canada Aviation Museum.

This section highlights our programs available for schools, daycares and other youth groups. We offer a range of programs from those geared to meet the requirements of the Ontario and Quebec curriculums, to programs where the learning takes place in a less formal format. These programs have been designed to maximize your students’ opportunities to explore, experiment, observe, assess and discuss their findings. Participation is key to all our programs and actively encouraged by our dynamic education staff.

Our guided tours are interactive, providing students with many opportunities to ask questions, make comments and share their experiences. Workshop-style programs offer hands-on components where students are able to put theory into practice following the principles of the scientific method.

Your visit will enable your students to understand and better appreciate Canada’s aeronautical heritage. Our Museum’s world-class collection of aircraft forms the perfect backdrop for programs that tell the wonderful stories of extraordinary aviation achievements and how they relate to the broader social and economic context of Canadian history.

Our programs offer a dynamic, intriguing way to meet and complement your student&#;s learning and curriculum needs.

Planning Your Visit

The Museum’s school programs are offered from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesdays to Fridays from 10 September to 21 December 2007, and from 7 January to 27 June 2008, and from Monday to Friday during May and June. Programs are not available during March Break.

There is a small lunchroom, and outdoor picnic tables are available during fine weather, for students to eat their lunches. Please include a request for these facilities in your reservation request. An on-site catering service is available by calling 613-842-4744.