The Holocaust poses unique challenges in the classroom. Effective resources facilitate dynamic teaching and help to support purposeful learning.
Tools for teaching & learning
Our resources and lesson plans are based on empirical research into the needs of teachers and students and informed by the latest in Holocaust pedagogy.
Within this section you can find out further information on our acclaimed classroom materials, resources and lesson plans. Some of these are open-access, others are linked to particular CPD programmes. You can explore these below.
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British responses to the Holocaust
Our research shows that students lack an understanding of British responses to the Holocaust. This lesson uses archival sources to help them construct an evidence-based account. This lesson responds to the...
Our research shows that young people are often mystified by the targeting of Jews for mass murder – this activity shows how teachers can work with the film Roots of...
What was the Holocaust?
Students approach this crucial question by locating the powerful stories of individual victims within their historical context.
Students analyse the roots of antisemitism examining the extent to which anti-Jewish prejudice has changed over the centuries, alongside its continuities.