Workshops for primary schools (ages 10 - 12)
- Duration: 120 minutes
- Capacity: maximum 15 people in a group
- Ticket price: 350 PLN per group (guardians participate in workshops free of charge)
- Booking: [email protected].
List of workshops for grades 4-6
- Once upon a time in a small town
We invite you for an encounter with Jewish culture during which you will learn about its typical objects, traditions and symbols. At the core exhibition, pupils will solve tasks divided into groups. They will find out how a synagogue, a tavern or a Jewish home looked like; they will also listen to the story of a certain Jewish family, and will perform short scenes as characters from a distant past.
- Children should be seen but not heard. On children’s rights according to Janusz Korczak
The saying goes: „children should be seen but not heard”… Is that really true though? During the workshop, we will encourage children to get acquainted with their basic rights. Pupils will learn about Janusz Korczak and the atmosphere and rules binding at the Children’s Home which he ran. They will also tour selected sections of the core exhibition solving tasks related to the workshop’s topic.
How to book the workshop?
You must book at least two weeks prior to the planned workshop by sending an email to the address: [email protected].
Email should include the following information:
Workshops are held in the Educational Centre and at the core exhibition of POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, 6 Anielewicza St. They take place on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 10.15AM-12.15PM and 1PM-3PM. The workshop lasts 2 hours (120 mins) and have been designed for a group of maximum 30 people.
Each group should arrive at the museum 15 minutes before the booked workshop begins. This is requisite due to the safety procedures and other organisational activities. If a group is more than 15 mins late, the educator has the right to cancel the workshop or significantly shorten its duration. We retain the right to cancel workshop or to change its topic in exceptional circumstances.
We remind you that POLIN Museum is accessible to persons with disabilities.