Terezin Memorial HS festival
March 17 - March 19, 2023
Members – Bookings open 9:00am BST on 1st September 2022.
Non members – Bookings open 9:00am BST on 21st September 2022.
Festival title: The Children’s Tree
The Children’s Tree
At this festival we will explore the nature of activism and education and the role young people play in making sure the world learns from and does not forget the things that matter.
Global Challenge and Area of learning
A World of Difference – Young people wanting to make a difference/ to change the world
All participants take part in three tours of Terezin: the small fortress tour, the former ghetto tour and the museum tour.
Link : Terezín Memorial
Irma Lauscher and Terezin Children’s Tree
Link to story text
411 55 Terezín
Tel: +420 727 979 969
The event begins at 9:00am on Friday, 17th March 2023
The event ends at 5:30pm on Sunday, 19th March 2023
Registration opens: 6th January 2023
Registration closes: 20th January 2023
Information required in the registration forms should be collected before 6th January 2023
Travel information is required as part of the registration process. Please have travel details confirmed by the time the registration window opens.
All participants need to arrive in Prague before 4:00pm on Thursday, 16th March, 2023 and should not plan to depart until Monday, 20th March 2023.
Please arrange travel accordingly.
Members: GBP £238
Non members: GBP £274
Member: GBP £75
Non member: GBP £86
*Registration fees include ISTA t-shirt
Airport Transfers: GBP £28
Cultural Experience: GBP £15
Students: Shared rooms for 4 nights and all meals: GBP £150
Chaperones: Single rooms for 4 nights and all meals: GBP £250
Total cost per student learner
Member: GBP £431
Non member: GBP £467
Total cost per educator/chaperone
Member: GBP £368
Non member: GBP £379
All registration fees and surcharges will be invoiced once the registration window has closed.
A non refundable, non-transferable deposit will be sent with the booking confirmation; this amount will be deducted from your final invoice.
The deposit will be as follows:
For bookings of 1 – 10 learners GBP £500.
For bookings of 11 – 15 learners GBP £750.
For bookings of 16 or more learners GBP £1,000.
Please refer to our event terms and conditions for details of late registration/cancellation fees.
Travel and Visas
All participants should fly into Prague International Airport (PRG) or arrive into Praha Hlavní Nádraží (main) train station.
All organisations are responsible for booking their own travel and visas for the festival.
Please ensure you arrive in Prague (at either the airport or train station) no later than 4:00pm on Thursday 16th March 2023.
Participants should plan to depart Prague on Monday, 20th March 2023.
Private transport (buses) will be provided to take participants to and from Terezin. The journey from the airport/train station to Terezin will take approximately 1 hour.
Participants are responsible for booking their own travel and securing visas for the event.
All participants will stay in one of the following accommodation centres:
Park Hotel Terezin
Phone: +420 721 863 750
Additional accommodation information will be updated by the end of September 2022
WiFi, where available, is intermittent and unreliable. We strongly suggest chaperones source a phone data plan for use in Terezin.
Terezin is not a wealthy community and as such the accommodation centres are basic.
Teachers and chaperones will stay in single room accommodation at the Park Hotel or in additional accommodation located in Terezin. Chaperones will be placed in the same accommodation centre as their students.
Educator/chaperones will be booked into the hotel for the nights of the 16th – 19th March 2023.
ISTA will invoice schools for all accommodation costs at the time of registration.
Students will stay in shared rooms at the designated hotel with their teacher/chaperones.
Where possible students will be placed in rooms with peers from their own organisation.
Students will be booked into the hotel for the nights of the 16th – 19th March 2023.
As the festival is a hotel model festival as opposed to homestay it is ISTA’s expectation that adult chaperones will look after students outside of scheduled festival times.
All meals will be provided for all participants from arrival into Terezin on Thursday evening through to and including breakfast on Monday morning.
There are one or two basic corner groceries (potraviny) and one or two small cafes in Terezin where participants may purchase small snacks if desired, but students should be prepared for simple Czech food at all meals
Download & Forms
Please find below the relevant documentation for you to download:
Starts on Friday 17 March
Finishes on Sunday 19 March at 18:00
Terezin 411 55
Participants• American College of Greece – PIERCE
• International School Basel
• International School Prague
• JFK School, Berlin
• St John’s International School
Artists• Chilla Tamas
• Christopher Craig
• Julia Roberts
• Mark Worth