Education at hospital schools
For two years now, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews has been carrying out regular activities at hospital schools in Warsaw and its neighborhood. During museum activities, we provide knowledge of the history and culture of Polish Jews in a way easily understandable for each participant. Our offer is adapted to all levels of teaching and conditions of each educational establishment. It takes into account, e.g., principles of freedom of decision, accessibility and diversity. All activities implement the basis of the current general education curriculum of Polish schools, have the form of workshops stimulating involvement of students and use various didactic instruments and active methods of work, at the same time, taking into account the psychophysical condition of children.
Proposed activities at hospital schools
We offer you a series of activities addressed to students who cannot visit the Museum due to their stay in hospital. Thanks to our offer, students learn about the content related to the history and culture of Polish Jews which is presented, for instance, at the core exhibition of the POLIN Museum.
Activities within the framework of our offer are entirely free of charge. The classes last for up to 60 minutes in an individual hospital. Groups can be composed of maximum 30 people.
Reservations are accepted via telephone: +48 22 471 03 01 or by sending an e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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