Recent surveys have shown that a very large part of the British population do not know about the Holocaust in any meaningful detail. This article argues for a more pro-active engagement with Holocaust teaching by outlining the successful collaboration between the University of Portsmouth and Mayville High School in Southsea. It focuses on the students’ and pupils’ creative responses to the multi-disciplinary Holocaust teaching that they experience and argues that this creative work directly reflects their learning experiences.
|Number of pages||16|
|Early online date||26 Apr 2022|
|Publication status||Early online - 26 Apr 2022|
- Holocaust Education