In Auschwitz Ι and ΙΙ , all students are able to walk around and see where the prisoners lived. Inside, there are collections of objects found in Auschwitz; for example, there is a room full of shoes as well as a room full of suitcases.
Sleeping quarters of both prisoners and guards are there to view, the difference between them is harrowing; prisoners were at least six to a small single bed whereas the guards enjoyed private quarters.
Many areas of where prisoners suffered is available to view, this is done with a manner of great sensitivity and respect.
At the days end, students take part in a memorial service which is led by a member of the Holocaust Educational Trust and also a Jewish Rabbi. The ceremony consists of many readings of poems written about Auschwitz. The Jewish Rabbi also reads many prayers, one prayer is sung in Hebrew.
Everyone is asked to participate in lighting candles in memory of each and every victim of the Holocaust.