Explore the moral, spiritual and personal dimensions of the Holocaust, through the Jewish Museum's tailor-made educational programmes this January as part of your Holocaust Memorial Day activities.
Our sensitive and thought-provoking Holocaust education sessions focus on a range of historical material and provide the rare opportunity to meet Holocaust survivors and hear their testimonies. Our Holocaust education programmes also explore links with racism today, citizenship and the experiences of refugees fleeing conflict and oppression. Object handling is a key feature of the museum’s programmes. Students explore artefacts, documents and photographs, both as sources of evidence and as a starting point for enquiries to unravel personal stories.
We have a selection of special workshops suitable for Key Stages 2 – 4, including The Last Goodbye, Faith and the Holocaust and Every Object Tells a Story. We can also tailor sessions to fit your needs. Click below to read full details of all our Holocaust Education workshops.
This session will provide you with all the skills and materials you need to deliver successful and thoughtful Holocaust Memorial Day lessons in the classroom. This specialist teacher’s session is being led by our Holocaust Education experts and the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust and is designed to provide you with ideas on how to approach Holocaust Memorial Day.
The HMD Trust will outline the theme of this year -Untold Stories. Using objects in the museum, such as a artefacts belonging to children who came to Britain on the Kindertransport. You will learn how to draw out the stories behind the objects and how to help your students think about the experiences of the object’s owners.
We will also be showing a film featuring Holocaust survivor Leon Greenman talking about some of the objects on display. We will provide a pack for you to take away containing photographs of the objects and lessons plans.
Places are limited so please book asap call 020 7284 7364 or email firstname.lastname@example.org,uk