EDUCATION PROGRAM

The Adelaide Holocaust Museum’s programs for schools inspires curiosity, encourages critical thought and develops students’ understanding of the Holocaust and its significance in today’s world.

In Term 3 of 2021, we welcome the Anne Frank Travelling Exhibition Australia:

‘LET ME BE MYSELF’ – The Life Story of Anne Frank 

The 100-minute guided program introduces the Holocaust through the life story of Anne Frank, one of its most well-known victims but whose voice survived the Holocaust. The exhibition  invites students to think about diversity, identity, prejudice, equal rights and democracy.

All Education Programs offered at the Museum are carefully linked to a broad range of subjects across the Australian Curriculum and SACE, and are underpinned by our belief in bringing students safely in and safely out of these confronting histories.

As our inaugural Education Program grows throughout 2021, we are excited to be able to offer a series of engaging learning programs for students, professional development opportunities for educators and free online resources that can be downloaded and used to support your teaching and learning in the classroom.

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For School Students:

‘LET ME BE MYSELF’ – The Life Story of Anne Frank Term 3 2021.

The Holocaust in 100 Minutes  program will return in Term 4 2021 you can make advance bookings by emailing education@ahmsec.org.au