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Holocaust Memorial Day Event

On Thursday 24th January Stopsley students participated in the Holocaust Memorial Day event. Our Anne Frank Ambassadors guided the public through the poignant exhibition about Anne Frank’s story and the events of WWII. The hour-long exhibition was followed by the Year 11 drama students’ performance, ‘Torn from Home’. Throughout the presentation, students shared with the audience the ten stages of genocide.

Praise to the Stopsley Drama Group:

"Your group hits the nail every year. This time they were superb. Great thought and effort had gone into the production and certainly received with much acclaim by the audience" Gerald Fox, Chair of the HND Committee



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Audio from BBC 3 Counties Radio interviewing Miss Brodie and the performers.


"Whilst the drama is sad and shocking, the students also provide hope for the future in the talent they have displayed during the performance and their respect for the past" Hate Crime Team


"I’m very impressed with how the ambassadors spoke and delivered the story of Anne Frank. They were really knowledgeable and passionate"
Naseem Ayub, Luton Mayor











Students shared with the audience the ten stages of genocide