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Each year thousands of activities take place across the UK to mark Holocaust Memorial Day. Explore our interactive map below to see the diverse range of activities that took place for HMD 2019. Activities for HMD 2020 will appear later in the year.

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Holocaust Memorial Assemblies

Monday, 21 January 2019,

Our students at Rockwood Academy are having a Holocaust themed Assembly all week, engaging students with thoughts and creative responses to the emotive and sensitive subject. In form time they will be engaged in form time stories based of the Holocau...

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Display commemorating HMD 2019

Monday, 21 January 2019,

North Yorkshire are joining in the commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day. From 21 to 28 January, there will be displays of posters, educational materials, leaflets and books at Northallerton, Ripon, Harrogate, Scarborough, Skipton, Selby, Malton, W...

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Echo Eternal Exhibit Visit

Thursday, 24 January 2019,

Our Students from Central Academy Birmingham will be visiting the Echo Eternal Exhibition at the Library Of Birmingham where the students will be looking at the exhibit created by 12 schools part of the Echo Eternal project.

Private

Echo Eternal Film Screening

Wednesday, 23 January 2019,

During our Year 7 Parents evening at Central Academy, we will be showing a screening of our film They Didn't Get All Of Us inspired by the UK Holocaust Memorial Foundations Holocaust Survivor testimony of Maurice Blik .

Private

Holocaust Postcard Activity

Wednesday, 23 January 2019,

Our students from Jewellery Quarter Academy in there classes today will be gifted a testimony from 12 of the UK Holocaust Survivor Testimonies as part of the Echo Eternal Project. They will be writing a postcard to the survivor based on the testimony...

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Echo Eternal Exhibit

Tuesday, 22 January 2019,

Our Year 7 Children from Rockwood Academy will be visiting the Library of Birmingham to look around the exhibit looking at the work of all 12 schools in the Echo Eternal project as well as there fellow peers work contributed to the exhibition.

Public

Echo Eternal Exhibit

Monday, 21 January 2019,

Our Children at Nansen Primary School are going to be young Curators for the day at the Library of Birmingham, exploring the Galleries and artwork created by our school and others involved in the Echo Eternal Project. They will be speaking and showi...

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Civic Ceremony

Friday, 25 January 2019, - 10:30

Telford & Wrekin Council will hold a civic commemoration ceremony .The event approximately 1 hour in duration will feature community members from across the borough including World War II veterans, school pupils from Holy Trinity Academy and...

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Screening of 'No Asylum'

Monday, 21 January 2019,

Students from Nishkam High School will be visiting Solihull school where they will be watching 'No Asylum' a film about Anne Frank and her families experience during the Holocaust. The Students will also have the opportunity to ask question...

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Holocaust Assembly

Wednesday, 16 January 2019,

Our children at Nansen Primary School will be learning about the events of the Holocaust with a particular focus on there own interpretation of Holocasut survivor Marcel Anisfelds testimony, where our students with an artistic residency created their...

Public

Display commemorating HMD 2019

Monday, 21 January 2019,

North Yorkshire are joining in the commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day. From 21 to 28 January, there will be displays of posters, educational materials, leaflets and books at Northallerton, Ripon, Harrogate, Scarborough, Skipton, Selby, Malton, W...

Private

Holocaust Memorial Assemblies

Monday, 21 January 2019,

Students from City Academy Birmingham, are remembering the Holocaust through assemblies, and watching their Echo inspired by the UK Holocaust Survivor Testimony of Dr Agnes Kaposi. They will also be engaging in the Echo Eternal festival Exhibition wh...

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Legal Ombudsman Educational Event

Friday, 25 January 2019, - 12:30

Our LGBT+, Women's and BAME groups are collaborating to run an educational event for our staff, which will incorporate videos, stories. music and poetry.

Public

Echo Eternal Exhibit Visit

Friday, 25 January 2019,

Students from Jewellery Quarter Academy will be visiting the Echo Eternal Exhibition at the Library of Birmingham where they will be able to help guide visitors around the exhibition but to also look at the work of the other 12 schools involved in th...

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HMD Civic Ceremony

Friday, 25 January 2019, - 10:30

Introduction by the Mayor of Telford Explanation of HMD by the Assistant Director of Health and Wellbeing Readings from 2 Year 7 pupils from a local comprehensive school on the subject of Torn from Home. A few words from a local 95 year old man wh...

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Echo Eternal Sharing - Dovedale

Wednesday, 16 January 2019, - 00:00

Dovedale Centre, James Brindley School are one of the schools participating in the Echo Eternal Project. They are sharing their artwork and drama piece from collaboration with Open Theatre and in response to the testimony of Holocaust survivor Harr...

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Act of remembrance

Monday, 28 January 2019, - 08:40

The Religious Education department will be encouraging pupils too reflect and remember the events and victims of the Holocaust. Year 9 will also do a lesson looking at how Jews suffered as a result of the Holocaust.

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Echo Eternal 'They Didn't Get All Of Us'

Thursday, 17 January 2019,

The students and staff at Central Academy Birmingham will be showing their parents their Echo to the Holocaust Survivor Testimony of Maurice Blik during their Year 8 Parents evening.

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Holocaust Memorial Week

Monday, 21 January 2019,

Students at Central Academy are utilising their week by using their form time and assemblies to reflect on the events of the Holocaust, as well as focusing on their Holocaust Survivor Testimony of Maurice Blik

Out of the darkness into the light Public

Out of the darkness into the light

Thursday, 24 January 2019, - 11:30 to Friday, 1 February 2019, 15:00

The event will be open to the public and offer workshops for local primary school children. At no cost . The theme is based on the history of the Holocaust , propaganda and persecution of minority groups. There will also be a opportunities to watch...