We hold regular free online learning events so that you and your students can join us from across the country to explore important topics around Anne Frank, the Holocaust and prejudice today.

We also have lots of digital resources available in our Learning Hub. This includes information about Anne Frank and the power of her diary, and examples of how young people have used their creativity to challenge prejudice. 

Learning Hub

Thank you so much for organising the event. The balance between listening and engaging was fantastic, the stories told, questions asked and the extracts used had a real impact on our students watching. It also opened students’ eyes to issues that need tackling today and their role in that. We have had issues within our year group around issues of respect, tolerance and equality and what they look like. This hit the nail on the head, so to speak!  
Learning outcomes
  • Awareness of prejudice and inspiration about how to challenge it. 
  • Skills in discussion and critical thinking.
  • Knowledge about Anne Frank’s experiences of antisemitism during the Holocaust, and issues of prejudice today
How it works

Our online events are one hour sessions ideal for whole classes, year groups or even school assemblies as they are streamed live on youtube. We develop our online events to be accessible for everyone, so your students don't need any previous knowledge. 

Our online events are a great way to introduce many of your students to a key topic focused around a specific day. For example, gaining an understanding of antisemitism on Holocaust Memorial Day, or gender on International Women's Day. We are often joined by special guests with lived experience of a particular form of prejudice, and we always use personal stories, factual data and always include Anne Frank’s life and diary as part of these sessions, reflecting on the history of the Holocaust and Anne’s writing in response to the antisemitism she faced.

On the day

Once you've signed up for your free ticket, we will send out an email with a link on the day of the event. Hosted by a member of our education team, we are usually in conversation with special guests and explore the day's topic through discussion, images, facts, films and quizzes.

We make sure young people have plenty of opportunities to ask questions and join in the conversation. We use Slido so that your class or individual students can join in through a QR code. 

How to book

Head to our events page and follow the link to book through Eventbrite. Please note that only teachers can sign up for these events and it must be done through a school email address. You can also follow us on social media to hear about upcoming events, or contact us at [email protected] 

Previous online events

On Holocaust Memorial Day, an interview with Holocaust survivor Eva Clarke

On World Book Day, an interview with and reading from award winning children's author Tom Palmer (Watch recording)