To effectively educate students about the Holocaust, we want to provide teachers with the necessary resources to teach this subject in a sensitive, appropriate and informative way. We are committed to supporting Queensland educators to deliver meaningful and safe Holocaust learning experiences by providing free teaching resources, as well as professional development programs.
George Frey, OAM
Queensland Holocaust survivor on his first day of school in Gleiwitz, Germany (now Poland), c1926.
The Holocaust, also known as the Shoah, was a tragic event in history where 6 million Jewish people and 5 million others were persecuted, tortured and murdered by the Nazi regime during WW2. It is essential that students learn about the Holocaust, as it serves as a reminder of the horrors that can result from prejudice, discrimination and hate.
Our team is working with Holocaust education experts in Queensland, Victoria and across Australia to develop specialised and free resources for educators that align with the Australian Curriculum and Queensland teaching requirements.
Access here our teachers’ curriculum resources (upon registration)
We are excited to announce an upcoming Teacher & Head of Department Professional Development opportunity focusing on Holocaust Education.
This program is scheduled to take place during Term 4 of 2023, and Term 1 of 2024, offering enriching insights and resources to enhance your teaching curriculum.
Take your students on an unforgettable journey to discover the Holocaust with testimonies and artifacts from Queensland survivors.
Learn about their pre-war lives, the rise of Nazism, the harrowing experiences during round-ups and deportation into ghettos and camps, and the inspiring stories of liberation and rebuilding their lives after the war in a tour led by passionate and knowledgeable guides trained to deliver the best learning experience.
We understand that each group has unique needs. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com if you have specific requirements or if you would like to organise other thematic visits.
School group sessions
Our school group sessions run on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the school terms, at 9:30pm, 11.00am and 12:30pm, each lasting for 90 minutes.
The visit can be complemented by 30-minute workshops:
- Talk with a Survivor (depends on availability)
- The 10 stages of genocide
- How to be an upstander, by Courage to Care (extra $2)
Coming soon: Online immersive experience and travelling museum
Stay tuned for our upcoming online immersive experience, allowing access to our valuable resources from the comfort of your classrooms.
Additionally, our traveling museum will soon be available to bring Holocaust education to regional schools.
For more information:
Contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Together, we remember, learn, and build a better future.