Alsop host the Anne Frank Trust Exhibition

During January Alsop has hosted the Anne Frank Trust exhibition. We are delighted that over 500 children from partner primary schools were able to view the exhibition and participate in workshops led by Marian Mc Queen, AFT Educator.

Young people were able to learn about the damage and suffering caused by prejudice and hatred. The message of the Anne Frank exhibition is that everyone has a part to play in taking a stand against prejudice and hatred.

The feedback from the children and staff was extremely positive.

Mr Ken Heaton, Headteacher of Florence Melly Primary school writes:

“I just want to thank Alsop High school for the excellent Anne Frank History session in St Aidan's church this afternoon. The exhibition does much to promote community cohesion and we look forward to joining in a number of other FAITH 2017 events.”

The exhibition was held as part of the FAITH 2017 initiative. We are most grateful to the Rev Jean Flood BEM and the church wardens of St Aidan’s Church Cherry Lane for allowing Alsop to use the church to host the exhibition.