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The SAJM offers programmes and tours to students of all ages from pre-school to university level. We can arrange a general tour lasting about an hour, or a programme tailored to specific ages, interests and requests. Theme-specific programmes are also developed around our temporary exhibitions.

Younger learners love to explore the museum with our Dani Dreidel activity books, have a story in the shtetl and experience a Shabbat table. Specifically for Grades 6-8, we offer the Cultural Diversity Education Programme, which includes an anti-bullying workshop and aims to foster respect for the dignity, rights and values of people from all religions and cultures. During the school holidays, our education programmes continue to operate, hosting youth NGO groups.


In addition, we also host special needs schools for tailor-made tours.

Our free Dani Dreidel activity books are also on offer for children who visit the museum privately.


  • School tours are free of charge, although donations are welcome to support visits from less privileged schools.

  • Up to 60 learners can be accommodated per visit.

  • Visits from schools in underprivileged areas are subsidised to include transport and a meal for each student.  

  • Contact Belinda on or 021 465-1546.



The museum is very grateful to the many generous donors who support our Education Outreach, including those listed below:

  • Anne Frank  Fonds

  • Wilfred & Fay Back Charitable Trust

  • Dis-Chem Foundation

  • Harold & Beatrice Kramer Foundation

  • HCI Transport

  • Goldschmidt Family Foundation

  • Graaff Family Foundation

  • Jack & Ethel Goldin Foundation

  • Kurt & Joey Strauss Foundation

  • Kalman, Esther & Michael Maisel Trust

  • Harry & Bertha Tuch Fund

  • Ann Kreitzer Will Trust

  • Investec Bank

  • Bergman Lehane Trust

  • Ackerman Family Foundation

  • Hanover Acceptances

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