COOPERATION | COURAGE | COMMUNICATION | THOUGHTFULNESS | RESPONSIBILITY | RESILIENCE
Individuals who understand and do their best to practice these core values are successful and community-oriented Canadian citizens.
Calgary schools only.
Nov. 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30.
– WE ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED –
Cost per class/school is only 50% of the busing cost. All other charges are covered by Valour Canada. Please note that students must bring a packed lunch.
A guest presentation in your classroom? Please contact us.
Last semester, we visited 8 schools.
Our museum education program, currently running in four provinces, takes a unique approach to learning about Canadian military history by embedding the educational content within an experiential, innovative, and team-based learning framework. In Calgary, this day-long, museum-based program consists of 4 – 6 modules through which students will progress sequentially, as well as an artifact handling session with a real soldier. The Character of our Canadian Military History program (CCMH) is ideal for groups of 20 – 45 (school classes, cadet groups, scouts/girl guides, etc., as high as 80 under special circumstances) and can be adapted to your needs.
To enquire about experiencing this program or to request additional information, please contact our Lead Educator.
HMCS Llandovery Castle | Scavenger Hunt (at museum) | Artifact Handling | Battle of Vimy Ridge
D-Day: Operation Neptune | Cdn Corps: A Learning Organization | Cold War | Afghanistan | Legacy of War
“Every single minute of my trip in this museum was very informative.” (F.R., student, 2022)
Audience history of the program:
Spring 2023: 1,118 students (Alberta and Ontario)
Autumn 2022: 809 students (Alberta and Ontario)
Spring 2022: 220 students (Alberta and Ontario)
Autumn 2021: 95 students (Alberta; reduced group sizes due to Covid)
Spring 2021: Cancelled (Covid)
Autumn 2020: Cancelled (Covid)
Spring 2020: 151 students in Manitoba, then cancelled (Covid)
Autumn 2019: 704 students (Alberta, Ontario, Nova Scotia)
Spring 2019: 383 students (Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario)
Autumn 2018: 347 students (Alberta, Ontario)
Spring 2018: 501 students (Alberta)
Autumn 2017: 300 students (Alberta)
Spring 2017: 262 students (Alberta)
Are you a representative of a Canadian Military Museum?
Assuming a return to pre-Covid normalcy in 2021 Valour Canada will continue to launch the CCMH program in new-partnering military museums across Canada. If you’d like more information about this free opportunity, please contact our Lead Educator.
“I loved how straightforward, how the education was easily digestible. Not sugar-coating things. I also liked the activities.” (T.Y., student, 2022)
“The program is powerful enrichment of and perspective into my high school social studies course. The students were engaged, challenged, and provoked into thinking about issues in a new and interesting way.” (G.P., CCSD Teacher, 2022)