Anne Frank was a teenage Jewish girl who kept a diary while her family was in hiding from the Nazis during World War II. For two years, she and seven others lived in a “Secret Annex” in Amsterdam before being discovered and sent to concentration camps. Anne died in the Bergen-Belsen camp in 1945.
Frank’s father was the family’s sole survivor. He decided to publish the diary, which gives a detailed account of Anne’s thoughts, feelings and experiences while she was in hiding. It has gone on to sell millions of copies worldwide and her legacy lives on today.
As part of inspirational people, there were so many to choose from – however Anne’s life is one in which we will look at in plenty of detail as part of our fascinating World War II topic.
At Banks Road we have developed a comprehensive programme of ‘Blended Learning’ should the occasion arise where there are further local or national lock downs in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
What is Blended Learning?
If directed by Public Health England, particular groups of pupils, or perhaps the whole school cohort, may be asked to isolate at home. Not much will change for pupils who can continue to come to school – they will continue to be taught lessons in the normal way. If your child is asked to remain at home they can continue to access their learning using a blend of face-to-face teaching and learning using technology.