Year 9 PE Project

Year 9 students were challenged to make a skeleton from household objects for their PE project. Here are some of the fabulous examples of the pupils work. Mr Williams was very impressed with them all. Well done!

Holocaust Memorial Day

This week we commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day – 27th January 2021. 

Please watch the video below where Chesterfield students reflect on the Holocaust.

Please download it from here:

The theme for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2021 is Be the light in the darkness. It encourages everyone to reflect on the depths humanity can sink to, but also the ways individuals and communities resisted that darkness to ‘be the light’ before, during and after genocide.

Be the light in the darkness is an affirmation and a call to action for everyone marking HMD. This theme asks us to consider different kinds of ‘darkness’, for example, identity-based persecution, misinformation, denial of justice; and different ways of ‘being the light’, for example, resistance, acts of solidarity, rescue and illuminating mistruths.

Increasing levels of denial, division and misinformation in today’s world mean we must remain vigilant against hatred and identity-based hostility. Rapid technological developments, a turbulent political climate, and world events beyond our control can leave us feeling helpless and insignificant. The utterly unprecedented times through which we are living currently are showing the very best of which humanity is capable but also – in some of the abuse and conspiracy theories being spread on social media – the much darker side of our world as well.

We can all stand in solidarity. We can choose to be the light in the darkness in a variety of ways and places – at home, in public, and online.

You too can help mark the day by watching the assembly this week uploaded to your Year Group Google Classroom and by taking part in your English, History, Geography and RE lessons over the course of the next two weeks. 

You can also find here examples of life stories including easy to read versions, of people who experienced the Holocaust or genocide.

Well done to those students in Year 7, 8 & 9 who entered the Holocaust Poem Competition with UCL. We wait in anticipation for the results! 

#Leon110 #BeaconSchool @UCL_Holocaust


A reminder that Kooth is now available for any young person in Sefton aged between 10-25 – for help in signing up to Kooth, please follow the instructions below

Information resources on how to sign up to kooth.