LFA Project Staff

During the Lessons from Auschwitz Project, participants and coordinating teachers will come into contact with a number of members of team.

All staff have been DBS checked.

LFA Project Office Team

Project Co-ordinator
Each LFA course has a dedicated Project Co-ordinator who coordinates the course from start to finish. Their aim is to ensure that the teachers and students we work with benefit from the smooth and efficient operation of the LFA Project. You can contact Project Co-ordinators by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

LFA Education Officer
The structure and delivery of the delicate subject matter in the Lessons from Auschwitz Project is overseen by an experienced LFA Education Officer. If you wish to discuss the educational content of the LFA Project, please contact Tom Jackson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Senior Youth Engagement Officer
The Senior Youth Engagement Officer becomes the students' main point of contact once they have attended the Follow-up Seminar, with the aim of supporting and assisting them with their Next Steps work. For queries regarding Next Steps please contact Clementine Smith at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

LFA Project Team – On the Visit

Logistics Staff
Each visit will have two dedicated members of Logistics Staff, who are there to oversee and monitor the whole group to ensure the smooth running of the day. At least one of the Logistics Staff will be a member of the LFA Project Planning Team.

Lead Educator
There is one Lead Educator on every visit, who in conjunction with Logistics ensures the smooth running of the day. Lead Educators are part of the Holocaust Educational Trust's Education Team. Whilst backgrounds vary, every Lead Educator has previous experience of teaching in schools.

Educators
In addition, there are nine educators on the visit who each have a small group of approximately 18 to 20 students and two teachers. The group educator will facilitate discussion and reflection using readings and questions at various points during the day.

As well as a representative from our tour operators, Peltours Ltd, there is also a trained Medic, who is contracted externally by the Trust to be on hand for the duration of the visit.