Help Key Stage 3/4 history students discover the life of one of the few British Jews who were deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp during World War II.
Leon Greenman, who died aged 97 in 2008, was a survivor from Auschwitz in 1945. His wife and child tragically died at the hands of the Nazis, and for the rest of Leon's life he was determined to warn and educate people about racism.
Ruth-Anne Lenga from the Jewish Museum examines the artefacts found in Leon's house, including books, documents and notes from different stages in his long life.
The Institute of Education's national programme, bringing research and scholarship into the classroom with free teaching and learning materials and CPD opportunities
The moving Holocaust gallery that focuses on the story of Holocaust survivor Leon Greenman
Rich website where you can access archival material, case studies and online exhibitions
Israel's national museum and memorial to the victims of the Holocaust, and a rich source of online materials