Gandel Philanthropy Joint Visit to the Jewish Museum of Australia and Jewish Holocaust Centre for Secondary Schools

To understand the Holocaust and what was lost, one must first understand who a Jew is and what the Jewish community represents. This subsidised program offers students the opportunity to visit both the Jewish Museum of Australia and the Jewish Holocaust Centre.

As part of this program, students engage with the Jewish community and contemporary Australian Jewish culture – art, heritage, religion and identity – at the Jewish Museum of Australia. At the Jewish Holocaust Centre, students consider the consequences of hatred, prejudice and racism and have the precious opportunity to meet a Holocaust survivor.

This subsidised program pays for entry fees at both Museums, along with transport up to the value of $1,000; one casual relief teacher per school up to the value of $283.90; and lunch for all students and teachers. Additional costs are to be covered by the school, please read bookings term and conditions for more details.

Register now for the next round, get in touch with us here.

This program is suitable for Years 8–12 at the discretion of the Museum.

Program Partner

Subjects:

History
Humanities
Interpersonal Development

Schools:

Government