Judaism For Schools offers two in-school workshops relating to Holocaust education. Please click on the workshop titles below to reveal further details.
Exploring life in Nazi Germany, and the flight of Jewish child refugees to the UK
- What was life like for Jewish people in Germany in the 1930s?
- How did events lead up to the Holocaust?
- Why did the world allow it to happen?
- How did the Jampel family escape to England?
Students study the origins and build up to the Holocaust through personal stories, photos and art. The important role of the British government in allowing the Kindertransport refugees is discussed in this thought-provoking and moving in-school workshop.
- What were the key events leading up to the Holocaust?
- How did some survivors manage to retain their faith in G-D?
- What is the Jewish approach to tragedy and suffering?
- Evaluate responses to the Holocaust.
Through personal testimony, artefacts and art, discover the amazing story of Marianne Grant, a Jewish artist from Prague who survived four ghettoes and death camps with her faith intact.
Curriculum links with History, Citizenship, PHSE.
If you would like to find out more about this holocaust education in-school workshop, how we deliver it and how we can tailor it to meet your exact requirements, please call us on 07714 480510, or use the contact form here.