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Image: Students from Thomas Ashton School marking Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD), photo credit to the Thameside Reporter

 

Our HMD education guidelines for teachers cover age appropriate ways to introduce and discuss the Holocaust and genocide in schools. We recommend that only children at Key Stage 2 development level or higher should take part in your HMD activity.

We have a wide range of resources to help you and your students to mark Holocaust Memorial Day. These include:

Click below to search our resources. For resources specifically for schools, select the ‘schools materials’ resource type, further refining your search by sector - primary, secondary and SEN phases. There are a wide range of other resources also suitable for young people, such as creative activities, films and poems, which you can explore using the filter. Our resources are designed to be engaging and accessible for a wide range of ages and abilities.

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There are many ways to integrate HMD into the school day. You can read about how schools have marked HMD in previous years here.

Take part online

Take part online

By becoming part of the online conversation around HMD you can help to counter divisive content on social media and spread messages of tolerance.

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