Our educational offer Our learning model Our learning model We use the life and work of Anne Frank as a springboard for education about all forms of prejudice today. Our learning pathway empowers 10- to 15-year-olds to discover, reflect, create, share and act. We offer three strands of education: online learning schools programme youth empowerment programme. All our programmes are run by our passionate, highly skilled Anne Frank Workers, based in different parts of the country.. Our pathway of learning and empowerment The three strands of our educational offer 1. Online learning Open to everyone, this strand of learning includes resources on our website and live online events. It builds knowledge about Anne Frank, awareness of prejudice, and commitment to equality. Ideal for class groups or assemblies, our online events provide interaction with people who have lived experience of prejudice. The events happen on key dates such Anti-Bullying Week, Holocaust Memorial Day and World Book Day. Find out about our next event here. 2. Schools programme Workshops Lively and carefully structured, our workshops engage groups of students in particular topics for 1 to 2 hours. The topics include Discovering Anne Frank and learning about different forms of prejudice, such as antisemitism, gender inequality, homophobia and Islamophobia. We can deliver our workshops in person or by live video link, sometimes as stand-alone sessions but ideally alongside our peer education. . Peer education Our peer education has a lasting impact on attitudes, knowledge, confidence and empathy. On Day 1, young people learn to identify and challenge prejudice. On Day 2, we train them to share their learning with others. A week or two later, we follow up to see the progress they've made. The programme comes in two formats - A History for Today or Voices for Equality - and you can choose which one best suits your school. A History for Today centres on our pop-up exhibition about the life of Anne Frank. We train the peer educators to lead exhibition tours for parents and other pupils. In Voices for Equality, the young people learn about the power of personal stories through Anne Frank's Diary, then create presentations, artworks or films to share their own pro-equality message. . 3. Youth empowerment programme Young people who complete our peer education can apply to join our youth empowerment programme, where they become Anne Frank Ambassadors. This life-changing experience is aimed especially at young people who are disadvantaged or have known prejudice in their own lives. Each ambassador is mentored by an Anne Frank Worker outside school up to their 16th birthday. Through workshops, residentials, creative projects and media events, the ambassadors build on their personal stories to bring their anti-prejudice message to the widest possible audiences.