Refugee Workshops

Refugee workshops are designed to teach pupils and students about refugee experiences past and present. These educational learning experiences could cover many historical and current events, topics that students may cover in the outreach session might include the definition of a refugee, reasons why they became a refugee, challenges refugees face and the ways in which politics, people and society have created this issue.

These workshops are designed by educational professionals with many years of experience in this field. The workshops can be tailored to the age and interests of the students or topic of study on your school’s premises within the classroom.  These interactive refugee group learning experiences help students to develop empathy and understanding and the skills to help in the future. These providers can create these experiences to include awareness, group discussions, written context, artifacts handling, visual and role-playing activities.

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum provide an outreach service Nationwide bringing expertise and creativity to provide access to museum collections and testimony of Holocaust survivors. Programmes are fully accessible and SEN inclusive to students.
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