Steven’s Story is aimed at students aged 13-18+. Teachers are able to preview the film as part of a standard school risk assessment.
Janine’s Story is aimed at students aged 12-18+. Teachers are able to preview the film as part of a standard school risk assessment.
Our Assembly Film is suitable for students aged 11-18+. Teachers are able to preview the film as part of a standard school risk assessment.
Kindertransport is suitable for students aged 11-18+. Teachers are able to preview the film as part of a standard school risk assessment.
Holocaust Learning UK takes every care to ensure that the films are suitable for the designated age-range of students. The films aim to provoke serious thought but not distress. It is recommended however that teachers preview our films as part of a standard school risk assessment. Students may benefit from discussions with teachers after viewing our films to process and understand the emotions that the films may evoke.
Holocaust Learning UK advises that our films may be too emotionally and / or cognitively demanding for students attending Special Schools. Teachers within Special Schools are strongly recommended to view each film in full prior to screening for their students.
Most definitely! All films are intended for students of every religious, ethnic, racial and national group. Other genocides are also referenced.
Our films are designed to be accessible and stimulating to students with either no knowledge of the Holocaust and WW2 or with students with extensive knowledge of the Holocaust and WW2.
Our Assembly Film is an excellent, succinct introduction to students about the Holocaust.
Kindertransport tells the story of three Kindertransportees from Germany and Czechoslovakia and their experiences of coming to the UK without their parents.
Both Steven’s Story and Janine’s Story provide an outstanding overview of the Holocaust, enabling students to learn about the history while absorbing the personal testimonies.
You will receive a notification explaining how to access our “Registered Users Page”. This will allow you to find the teacher resources and link into the film. Each time you wish to screen the film, you will be asked to complete a short questionnaire as to how many students from each year group/grades will be viewing it on that occasion, and once that is submitted, the film link will be “live” for you.
Yes. All films can be screened with subtitles. This can be requested just before each screening.
Yes. All films (including the subtitled version) are free to all schools and all organisations, and to guest registrants.
Schools can register to view any or all of these films.
Schools can register for one, two or all films whenever they choose.
All the films can be shown to your students very simply following a brief registration process. Many schools have done so. No technical knowledge or IT sophistication is required!
However, if you are showing this to students at in their own homes, we recommend screen sharing via the school’s fast broadband service as students’ home broadband bandwidth may be insufficient to prevent lagging.
Yes, most definitely. We recognise that teachers will expect to do so. Once you have registered there is no limit to how many times you may show the films to individual teachers and / or to groups of students.
No, there is no limit to the number of times you may show the films once you have registered.
No. Teachers from the same school can share the username and password that has been registered. There is no need for any single institution or organisation to make multiple registrations.
Simply click on “forgotten password?” and a link will be sent to the registered email address, allowing you to reset your password.
54 mins shown in three equal parts of 18 minutes each to assist with lesson planning.
54 minutes long with an End of Part One break at 23 minutes to assist with lesson planning.
15 minutes long with no break.
20 minutes long with no break.
Yes, see our Resources Page here. Like all Holocaust Learning UK offerings, the Resources are made available free of charge.
No, copying and keeping the film is not permitted. Schools are able to view all the films all year round.
No, screenings are intended for teacher-led viewing only.
Teachers are asked to complete evaluations after screening the film(s). These results are analysed annually and used to inform the development of future resources.
We also collect feedback from students and use teacher and student evaluations in our forward planning.
For lesson planning, here are the questions in the Student Evaluation.
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