Two students from Alderwasley Hall Sixth Form Centre shared their experience of their recent School trip to Auschwitz, with fellow students, teachers and parents. As well as informative PowerPoint slides the presentation involved lots of audience participation, which made it extremely interesting and really brought the subject to life.
Twenty volunteers were asked to stand in a square that the presenters had marked out on the floor. The square represented the size of the train trucks that victims would have travelled to the camps in for days on end (see photo below). Another group of volunteers were asked to read out quotes from some of the victims and survivors of the camps.
Well done to the students who were presenting to an audience for the very first time.