A starting point for families with children aged 11 and above to reflect on key themes of the Holocaust, including identity, loss and friendship, through replica objects, discussion and the use of archive photographs.
These sessions are an opportunity for families to participate in a discussion on the Holocaust that aims to help inform parents' decisions on visiting the Holocaust Exhibition. The sessions do not contain any graphic imagery.
Please note that the Holocaust Exhibition is recommended for children aged 14 and above, and the session is aimed at families whose children may be reaching this recommended age or are younger than this age.
For further information on the content of the sessions, please contact Grant Rogers, Informal Learning Manager on [email protected] or 020 7416 5329.