This year the Stand up, Speak out, Make a Difference programme has trained Over 120 children from 10 secondary schools from across the district to be Ambassadors.
Through pupil voice, they will guide other school children and members of the public around the exhibition. Starting from Anne Frank’s writings and experiences, the exhibition itself is a journey of self-exploration for its visitors. Themes that Anne wrote
about in her diary, such as racial hatred, war and conflict and the value of democracy and freedom are presented in an up-to-date and contemporary fashion, along with filmed interviews with British teenagers discussing their own views, concerns and hopes for
A full-scale replica of the bedroom where Anne Frank hid from the Nazis for two years is displayed at the thought-provoking exhibition which is linked to an education resource pack exploring human rights, prejudice and stereotypes.
There are two 2-hour visiting slots for schools each day, between 10.00 and 12.00 and between 12.45 and 2.45. Each session will include workshop activities as well as being guided around the exhibition by student ambassadors. See links below for more details
about the exhibition and how to book a visit.
Invite letter and Booking form
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For information about bookings contact: