Impact on teaching practice
In the ten years from 2009 to 2019, the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education has transformed the teaching of 12,477 teachers across England, and this number continues to grow. Systematically collected...
Impact on schools
The Centre’s Beacon School Programme, a nationally recognised and government-supported award, is significant in improving teaching standards, raising pupil achievement,...
Impact on students
Since 2009, the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education has transformed the teaching of over 12,000 teachers across England; in turn positively impacting on millions of students. Hear more from students...
Impact on national policy
The Centre has played a pivotal role in national policy for Holocaust education. This has included invitations to Downing Street to present the Centre’s research to government ministers and advising...
The Centre’s world-leading expertise, ground-breaking studies and pioneering research-informed CPD programmes have gained international recognition. Since 2009, organisations across the world have drawn on the Centre’s research for their own...
““Early access to your report at the beginning of last year provided much of the evidence base for the recommendations the Commission made. The full final report will be a great help to the [UK Holocaust Memorial] Foundation” David Cameron”