Jewish Museum London is operating as a museum without walls, as we work towards a new permanent home. In the meantime you can find us in a range of places, both in person and online.
Our award-winning workshops can now be experienced in your classroom at school through Outreach Workshops. Our expert facilitators can now visit your school to enable your students to participate in authentic and immersive experiences. On these pages you will find all the information you need as teachers to select a workshop topic that best suits your students.
Our Outreach Visits are 45-60 minutes and available in the London area.
Discover similarities and differences between the Great Jewish Migration and the migration of Caribbean people during the Windrush movement. Explore archival sources to learn more about why these communities migrated to Britain and the challenges they faced.
Discover the story of the Exodus from Egypt through storytelling and the symbolism of the Seder Plate. Learn why Jewish people eat Matzah (unleavened bread) during the week of Passover and why Seder night is different from all other nights.
Learn about what life was like for Jewish people in Germany before the Second World War and discover experiences of children who went on the Kindertransport. Discover the story of a spice box that was hidden in Germany and the impact Nazi rule had on one family.
Discover how Holocaust Survivor Solly Irving lived with grief and loss through filmed testimony. Reflect on the importance of memory and reflect on the difficult themes of grief and loss through creative response. This workshop was created in partnership with Grief Encounter- supporting bereaved children & young people.
Please note: This workshop focuses on mental health. If cost is a barrier for your school, you can book this programme through our Bursary Scheme generously funded by the Irving family. Please get in touch for more information.