Despite the pandemic, several schools across the North East took part in GREC’s Anne Frank Awards this year. Here are two who were happy to share their work online:
Lossiemouth High School
Rights Respecting Work
Aiming for a Rights Respecting School Silver Award, pupils did a range of projects on human rights and UN Global Goals, creating posters, 3D models and art projects, giving presentations for school assemblies, creating face masks and tote bags for other pupils, collecting donations for a local food bank, and conducting a survey of pupils and other staff.
You can see their work here.
‘Values in Action’ – Researching Religions
S3 pupils chose different world religions to study and compare with their own values, promoting respect and understanding. Pupils created presentations and websites to share their research, and they also created slogans and logos to promote equality, diversity and inclusion.
You can visit their website here.