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Medieval Education: Medieval and Ancient Programs for Schools are run by Multisensory Education Pty. Ltd., who is based in Melbourne. The group offer educational programs for schools in Victoria. They have a comprehensive array of Medieval Activity…

The Bell Tower from the former Loreto Convent in Claremont was designed by Reginald Summerhayes and built in 1937. It was rebuilt with the original bricks at its present inner-city site in Northbridge in 1991 after the Loreto Convent and school site…

Loreto College was founded in the rural Victorian city of Ballarat by the Catholic Loreto Sisters as a school for girls in 1875. The photograph is of the gate at the entrance to the College grounds. The brick gate is in the Gothic architectural style…

Ballarat Clarendon College in the Victorian city of Ballarat was established in 1974 through the amalgamation of Ballarat College (est. 1864) and Clarendon Presbyterian Ladies’ College (est. 1876). The school is now associated with the Uniting…

A list of lesson plans/teaching programmes for Australian primary and high school teachers in PDF format.

The Medieval Classroom website is the result of a Teaching and Learning Enhancement Scheme grant awarded by the Australian Catholic…

This poster advertises the 2012 annual conference of the Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (at The University of Western Australia) and the Perth Medieval and Renaissance Group, which was held at UWA on 17-18 August 2012. The theme of the…

These two photographs show one of three activity packs aimed at children which were available at the Extraordinary Stories from the British Museum exhibition held at the Western Australian Museum – Perth. The exhibition included various items from…

An image of one of a series of colourful and elaborate figural windows with trefoil heads created especially for The University of Sydney by the London firm of Clayton & Bell (c. 1859-60). The window depicts three well-known medieval writers:…