Learning at the Sydney Jewish Museum

The Sydney Jewish Museum offers a wide range of innovative programs and resources for students and teachers, covering a range of subjects and levels.

High School Excursions

We offer two-hour, three-hour and full day excursions, both online and via Zoom, that include talks from Holocaust survivors, a guided tour of the Museum and curriculum-linked workshops covering a range of topics including History, English, Studies of Religion, Legal Studies and more.

High School Excursions


Holocaust survivor Jack Meister with a photograph of himself, taken at the liberation of Buchenwald in 1945
Primary School Excursions

For Primary School students, we offer engaging excursions that include age-appropriate talks from Holocaust survivors, a guided tour of the Museum and curriculum-linked workshops with expert educators covering a range of topics including migration, human rights, Judaism and the Holocaust.

Primary School Excursions


Exhibition artefact of a propaganda poster

HSC In-Depth Webinars

A series of webinars covering key syllabus content for year 12 students who want to extend themselves or refresh their knowledge before their exams.

Browse HSC Webinars


Group of visitors during teacher training

Teacher Professional Development

Practical, interactive sessions to support and enhance your teaching.

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Teaching Resources

Free curriculum-linked lesson plans, videos, activities and worksheets sneak behind the scenes of the Museum to help bring your subject to life for your students.

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Student Leadership

A full day program designed for incoming senior school student leaders, inspiring them to think about their leadership positions as an opportunity to create real change in their communities.

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