In addition to the Museum, the Centre features the only permanent exhibition in Europe designed for teaching the Holocaust to primary-aged children. Students may be guided or self-guided but all will have the unique opportunity to engage with, listen to and question a Survivor about their experiences. Visits can be enhanced with themed workshops or activities and programmes may be tailored to an array of subjects; including Art, History, RE and English. FREE educational support packs are provided for all pupils.
Promising a ‘seriously’ fun day out, students will develop their historical knowledge, advance their understanding of respecting themselves and others, cultivate the skills of critical and independent thought and consider different responses to isolation or prejudice within their own communities.
“What hurts the victim the most is not the cruelty of the oppressor, but the silence of the bystander.” – Arek Hersh, Holocaust Survivor
Don’t have the resources to visit the Centre but still want your school to take part? Our Educators will come to you, to work with a small number of students or even whole year groups. Outreach workshops maybe tailored to a particular subject area butall address challenging questions concerning human nature.
For further information or to discuss your needs contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Quote ‘EDVISNEWS’when booking a workshop to receive your pack of complimentary books to support ongoing learning.
Prices range from £7.00 to £12.00
Please contact for details
Acre Edge Road, Laxton, NG22 0PA