The Museum offers a diverse range of educational programs and opportunities for secondary and primary school students.
Here at the Sydney Jewish Museum, we are proud to celebrate 25 years of continued service to the community. Nobody could have predicted it in 1992, but our world-class exhibitions continue to attract tens of thousands of visitors a year. With hundreds of artefacts for students to explore, and over 30 survivors for them to meet, the experience of studying the Holocaust at the Sydney Jewish Museum is second to none.
At the Museum, we pride ourselves on our commitment to education. We invite you to bring your students to the Museum, and encourage you to speak to our team of highly-trained and motivated educators about tailoring a seminar to suit the needs of your students. All education programs are linked to NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) syllabus outcomes.
More detail about education programs and school visits can be found in our Schools Programs Booklets, which can be downloaded below.
The Museum’s HSC Modern History In-Depth Study Days provide an opportunity for current HSC students to deepen their understanding of syllabus key features, historiography, and oral testimony skills. Bookings from school class groups and individual students are welcome. For more information click here.
Please make a booking inquiry via the form below or contact the education department on 02 9360 7999.
If you’ve already made a booking and need to download a Risk Assessment form for your group, click here.
We confirm that each employee, contractor and/or subcontractor, who would be involved in providing assistance to the attending school group and/or delivering a program. performance or activities during the excursion, has a current Working With Children Check clearance that has been verified by Obervatory Hill Environmental Education Centre as required by the NSW Office of the Children’s Guardian.