Assembly Screening Extended by Popular Demand!
We originally closed the Screening Window for Out of the Darkness: Assembly Film on 17th February but schools kept asking us for more time to screen it, so we’re extending the Screening Window to the end of the Summer Term, in line with the dates for Janine’s Story.
Here is some more feedback from students after they’ve seen the Assembly Film.
When asked why it’s important that they learn about the Holocaust:
‘Because such a catastrophic event in history must be remembered and spoken about for future generations and we must also remember the people that were put through such horror and trauma.’
‘Because nobody should be discriminated against for any reason whatsoever.’