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HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL WEEK - 24-28th February 2014

A selection from the many activities the school ran throughout the week.

A level Geopolitics Rwanda Study Day

 

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'Confessions of a Butterfly' Performance

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Dorchester Holocaust Memorial Day (Corn Exchange)

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GCSE Drama Workshop

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School Library Display

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Presentations Made to Special Guests

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Prof Richard Overy Community Lecture Photos

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Year 9 Kinder Transport Day

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In the week of 24-28th February 2014, Thomas Hardye Students commemorated Holocaust Memorial Week with a range of activities. These photos give a flavour of the week. The school had visits from Harry Grenvile who described his journey out of Nazi occupied Germany on 'kindertransport'. Johnson Mutibagirana and Bony Kayiranga, came to talk to sixth formers not just about the genocide in Rwanda, but also about Rwanda today. Students were able to Skype with Carl Wilkens, who kept the orphanage where Johnson grew up, safe from attack. Later, they Skyped Senator Romeo Dallaire in Canada, who was commander of the tiny force of UN peacekeepers who stayed throughout the genocide, despite the UN pulling out most of its troops to keep them 'safe'. A visiting theatre group ran drama workshops, as well as an evening performance of 'Confessions of a Butterfly'.The Art Department supervised special workshops on the Holocaust Memorial Week theme of Journeys.

See more at: http://www.thomas-hardye.net/pages/news/2014/03_14/memorial/memorial_week.php

 

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