All of the Centre’s research is designed with a practical goal in mind: to increase the effectiveness of teaching and learning about the Holocaust in the classroom. Over the past decade, we have built up a world-leading body of evidence which enables us to design practical interventions, create classroom materials and support teacher learning.
Continuity and Change: 10 years of teaching about the Holocaust in English Secondary Schools (2018-ongoing)
In November 2018, the Centre launched its latest research, Continuity and Change: 10 years of teaching about the Holocaust in English Secondary Schools. This research builds on the Centre’s landmark...
What do young people know and understand about the Holocaust? (2016)
Highlights from our latest research about what young people know and understand about the Holocaust.
Teaching about the Holocaust in English Secondary Schools (2009)
Before designing our CPD programme, we considered it imperative to find out more about what was already happening in classrooms across the country.
Use our research to inform your teaching
The UCL Centre for Holocaust Education’s support is uniquely responsive to the challenges identified in the national studies it carries out with students and teachers. Seven research briefings have been...
Impact and Evaluation
Find out more about the ongoing work of the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education to evaluate and assess the impact of its teacher development programmes