As partners of the ‘International Centre for Education’ at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum we offer a unique learning experience. Our Study Tour visit to the former German Nazi concentration and death camp takes place over two days, with access to areas of the camp off limits to the general public.
This includes workshops at the museum where your students will have an opportunity to visit the museum archives, see a gallery of art work produced illegally by prisoners, or partake in a philosophical workshop and discussion with leading historians, theologian, philosophers, cultural critics and survivors. These workshops are designed to encourage a critical understanding of the Holocaust and its relevance to contemporary politics.
Our tours can be tailored specific to your curriculum requirements; learning outcomes can be mapped to fit AQA, EDEXCEL and OCR GCSE and A-level syllabuses in Philosophy and Ethics, Religious Studies and History. Our educators and guides are recognised internationally as some of the best in their respective fields.
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