Education In-school Visits from the National Holocaust Centre and Museum

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The U.K.’s national museum of the Holocaust has award-winning and immersive exhibitions, priceless collections of artefacts and a family of Holocaust survivors who have been sharing their testimonies with visiting students for nearly three decades.

40,000 students learn with them every year, including primary and secondary schools, recently participating in cutting-edge workshops using new resources. 

 

For primary students, their learning programmes are based on the journey of a young German Jewish boy named Leo who goes to England as a Kindertransport refugee. For secondary and post-16 students, their programmes are based on their Holocaust Exhibition and an understanding of how the Holocaust evolved as well as how it links to present issues of online hate and conspiracy theories. 

 

A team of expert, friendly educators are ready to teach your students about the past so that they can better understand the present. Find out more about our in-school visit offer in our brochures. To book, email bookings@holocaust.org.uk.

 

Learning Programmes Primary

Learning Programmes Secondary

 

Best wishes,

 

Charlie Stansfield | Education Team

 

Museum Tel: 01623 836627

 


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Published: 16/01/2024
Audience: Headteachers and teachers
Contact: Charlie Stansfield

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