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Our site is currently closed due to Covid-19, but that doesn't mean learning should stop! If you're a teacher or parent planning work for young people studying at home, take a look at our Stories page for filmed testimony of the 16 Holocaust survivors and refugees who feature in our exhibition, and check the sections below for suggested reading for students aged 10 through to adults. We are now taking bookings for Autumn Term 2020. We are currently working to put measures in place for all visitors to engage with us safely, and for us to deliver our learning sessions. Below you can find out about our Active Learning Sessions for school groups based at our exhibition in Huddersfield and our Travel Subsidy Scheme for school groups.
Students at Mile End Senior School, Rickmandsworth, 1940 including Czech Jewish refugee Trude Silman. Image (c) HSFA / the Silman family

Designing a New Learning Programme

Our learning manager shares his vision for a new schools programme at the Holocaust Exhibition & Learning Centre.
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Planning A Visit

All our essential information for your school's visit to The Holocaust Exhibition and Learning Centre.
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Suggested Reading for Adults

Take a look at our suggested reading list of non-fiction, fiction and testimony to help you learn about the Holocaust.
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Suggested Reading – Year 7 to 11

Take a look at our suggested reading for students in years 7 to 11 at secondary school.
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Suggested Reading – Year 5 and 6

Take a look at our suggested reading for children in Year 5 and 6 at primary school.
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