Welcome to the BREAKING BOUNDARIES exhibition, where you can find out all about the fascinating history of the Olympic Games.
The educational material accompanying this exhibition helps students discover more about the social themes running through the Olympic Games. Working in teams, they learn about Olympic history and today’s Games, and are encouraged to do their best in the sporting challenges interspersed with the assignments.
A second educational pack with extra information and assignments can be downloaded (coming soon) for further discussion in the classroom.
Educational material 1: Olympisch topteam! The stops along the route introduce ten athletes who played key roles in the history of the Olympic Games, both recently and in the past. Students collect information, then decide which athletes they want to take to the Olympic Games. Naturally, sporting challenges are part of the game.
Age: 1st grade secondary education
Educational material 2:Olympische stellingenstrijd.
Age: 2nd and 3d grade secondary education
- Duration: +/- 2h
- Timing: mo, Tu, Thur, Fri from 10h -12h and from 13h-15h , Wed from 10h-12h.
- Maximum number of participants: 50 pupils
- Language: Dutch and French
Permanent exhibition. The permanent collection offers plenty of opportunities to learn about all aspects of sports, with important exhibits of sports objects, historical photos, unforgettable radio and tv broadcasts and more.
- Museum games permanent exhibition
Duration: 1 hour per museum game
Language: Dutch and French (sportimonium game only available in Dutch)
- Sportipodium game: Question-and-answer session on sporting history based on the museum display. (3rd grade P.E. and 1st grade S.E.)
- Take a closer look at the social side of sports together with your students. In groups, students engage in dialogue on the themes of sports and health, sports and culture, sports and gender and sports and opportunity (upper-level secondary).
- Talking sports: a unique museum game in which you can test your language skills during a sporting challenge. For use in tandem with Dutch lessons (mid-level secondary)
Also visit the Preservation Hall Victor Boin. Througt large windows the visitor has a wide view into the depot itself where approximately 30.000 collection items are preserved. Open Monday to Friday from 1pm to 4pm. Ideal after your visit to the museum.
- Museum games Preservaton Hall Victor Boin
- What do you want to save for the future? Hopefully it fits in your Heritage box (all ages)
Outdoor traditional games (from 3d grade primary education). Trabol (bowls), skittles, cosh and many other games can be played in the traditional games garden. Accessible only in good weather and with permission of Sportimonium.