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Open – taking place on 24th Feb 2023 in UH1 with Miss McTiernan

Passionate – Sophisticated - Purposeful

Holocaust Education Project: 'The Holocaust Through a Lens' with Holocaust educators Hannah Goldstone and Caroline Slifkin.

This year, they have received funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for 6 schools and North Cestrian School has been given the incredible opportunity to be one of those participating schools. 

You will explore many aspects of the Holocaust, including the Kindertransport and the Lodz ghetto. As a response to your newly acquired knowledge, you will be reflecting creatively by producing photographs with given themes. These photographs will then be printed on banners and displayed at Yom Hashoah Manchester, a Holocaust commemoration that attracts over 1000 attendees, including MPs and mayors, at Bridgewater Hall on 17th April. We also attend! 

Demonstrating your passion for developing yours and others understanding of an important historical topic

Developing sophistication     through expanding your knowledge about different cultures, religions and societal groups 

Purposefully trying to improve society by taking part in activities that aim to reduce prejudice and discrimination

Up to 25 Year 7, 8 and 9

Complete this FORM

Open All Year

North Cestrian Prayer Room


Everyone, Lunchtime

Open All Year Hindu and Sikh Society Devoted Thursday Break
Visit T2C, at Lunch
Open All Year Congregational Jumma Prayer Devoted Friday, Start of Lunch Visit T2C, at Lunch, Friday
Open All Year Pop Choir
Every Thursday Lunch
KS3 13:00-13:30
KS4 14:00-14:30
Visit M5, Thursday Lunch
Open All Year School Band
Available to all intrumentalist
Monday 3.20-4.30 M5
Mondays 15:30, M5