Maghull High School visit Krakow

Forty five students from Maghull High School (MHS) made a memorable visit to Krakow. The group visited the Auschwitz concentration camp where they were taken round the site and learned how holocaust victims were selected for the gas chambers or forced labour. They then moved on to Birkenau, the death camp. ...

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Alsop High premieres powerful Holocaust film

A powerful film made by the grandson of a Holocaust survivor has premiered at Alsop High School yesterday (Tuesday 4 April). Filmmaker Darren Richman produced a moving short film titled “84303” about his grandad Zigi Shipper, his time at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp and his path to freedom. The screening at Alsop ...

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European adventures for ABS students!

It’s been a busy few months for Archbishop Blanch School as students and staff expanded their learning by visiting a variety of far-flung destinations. From performing arts in Paris, exploring history in Berlin and Krakow, to soaking up art and design in Barcelona; three separate trips took place involving a variety ...

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Turning back time

Knowsley Housing Trust (KHT) took pupils from Evelyn Road Primary School in Prescot on a trip through time at a special reminiscence event at its latest development, The Watch Factory. They guided the twelve children, aged nine and ten, through the history of the site via a variety of artefacts which ...

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School remembers the Holocaust

Pictured above: Head of history, Cassie Evans with Zigi Shipper, Head Teacher Anne Pontifex and pupils from both King David and St John Bosco A Liverpool secondary school hosted a special event to commemorate the Holocaust. This year marked 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz from the Nazis, and St John ...

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