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Museum of Polish Children – Victims of Totalitarianism

Zapraszamy do współpracy placówki oświatowe i instytucje kultury. Oferujemy bezpłatne prelekcje, lekcje muzealne, warsztaty historyczno-artystyczne, spacery edukacyjne, konferencje dla nauczycieli oraz wypożyczanie wystaw typu roll-up.  

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Education Team: Michał Hankiewicz,, 797 595 091

Educational offer
The purpose of the Museum, and the starting point for educational activities, is to provide knowledge and preserve the memory of former prisoners of the German concentration camp for Polish children on Przemysłowa Street in Łódź.

During the classes, the Education Department staff explain the history of the camp on Przemysłowa Street and its branch, the sub-camp in Dzierżązna near Zgierz. The educators tell the students about the tragic fate of Polish children who became the youngest victims of totalitarian Germany and the USSR. Class participants learn the circumstances of the establishment of the camp, the subsequent fate of former prisoners, as well as the camp staff. The classes, conducted in the form of a lecture, are based on archival materials – documents and photographs.

Who are the lectures intended for?
Class offerings are aimed at students in seventh and eighth grades of elementary schools and high schools. The methods of conducting classes have been adapted to the age of the audience.

The Education Department’s responsibilities include:
1) developing a concept for the Museum’s educational activities both in the Museum building and in the space around the Museum;
2) organising educational activities within and outside the Museum, in particular museum lessons, open lectures, popular science conferences and competitions;
3) development of educational packages, museum lesson plans, historical games and educational publications;
4) organising educational ventures outside the Museum premises, in particular the commemoration of historical events, field-historical projects and walking rallies.