Special educational program
In November 2013, the Museum launched a special educational program dedicated to students from hospital schools in Warsaw.
The offer is addressed to all educational levels and has been adapted to the conditions of hospital schools. We would like to reach the greatest possible number of children who cannot come to the Museum themselves.
We have already conducted workshops at the Special School No. 8 and Special School No. 96 in Warsaw. On November 8, 2013, we also hosted a group of children from the Children’s Memorial Health Institute, for whom our educators conducted a workshop on the Shabbat – the most important Jewish holiday.
All workshops offered as part of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews’ educational program are in line with the official ministry curriculum guidelines for Polish schools. They involve different teaching methods as well as an active, “hands-on” approach.
Admission to all workshops is free.
The duration of each workshop is 90 minutes. Maximum number of participants: 30 students.
Reservations: +48 22 47 10 301 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reservations should be made at least two weeks prior to the planned visit to the Museum.
The offer for hospital schools includes the following modules:
1. The Most Important Day – the Sabbath (Shabbat)
2. The Cycle of Life – Jewish Holidays and Traditions
3. Aleph-beit – Learn a New Alphabet (for elementary schools only)
4. The Zodiac – a Jewish Interpretation (for elementary schools only)
Supported from the Norway and EEA Grants by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.