A tour to Amsterdam will give Religious Education pupils the chance to visit a number of sites connected with Jewish history
- Anne Frank House
The former hiding place, where Anne Frank wrote her diary, is now a well-known museum. The museum tells the history of the eight people in hiding and those who helped them during the war. Anne Frank's diary is among the original objects on display.
- Hollandsche Schouwburg
Requisitioned in 1942 to be an assembly point for Jews being transported to Westerbork and onwards, and now a memorial to the deported.
- Jewish Historical Museum
The museum collects objects and works of art associated with the religion, culture and history of the Jews in the Netherlands and its former colonies.
- Portuguese Synagogue
Built by the Sephardic community in 1665.