Jace Daniela Pharrell Immanuel's exhibition

Our exhibition is about the Journey at the Holocaust centre, and about the survivors and their childhood.

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egoa543 — 1 year ago

The Holocaust centre and the University of Leeds have been working with us to develop this exhibition.

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This is a film that we made at the national Holocaust centre.

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There was a time,
When I was alone.
Nowhere to hide,
No place to call home.

Then I stop and stare for a minute or so,
Turning back on the things I love most.

My face turned pale,
My skin wrinkled up.
The train seats were stiff,
Like the top of a cliff.

I can’t believe I’ve left something so big,
There’s nothing I want more to be back home again.

Nowhere to hide,
No place to call home…

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On the 8th June 2016 Year 5 went on a trip to the holocaust centre. This was their second time going so they can learn further information about Leo (a boy who lives in Germany) and his life. At the trip to the holocaust centre they did their first activity. They had a look at Leo’s home, school and street. They discovered how he felt during his life and trust me, it wasn’t a good one. After that, they viewed some videos about the Adolph Hitler. Hitler owned a mean group that ruled Germany. Hitler was the one who ruined Leo’s life. Leo had to be evacuated to England which was very sad but now he likes it here. After we interviewed a survivor from Germany. We asked her a range of questions and she gave us a range of answers. Next we went back to school knowing a lot of facts.

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Dear diary,
On Wednesday 8th June year 5 went on a trip to the national holocaust centre, to gather up information for their exhibition that they are doing with the leads university. When they were there they were taught about Leo’s life and they went around parts of where he lived. Their favourite part was at the end of the day when they met a survivor that told them about their childhood in Germany. They really hope that they can go back and learn more about Leo. Their saddest part was when heard about what torcher the Jews were having. But after all they loved it and they are happy the are working with the holocaust centre.

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As I walked up to the train
I stopped and I gazed
10,000 children on the bus
I was amazed

I looked very closely
They all looked sad
In my point of view
I’m not very glad

It took a long time
But I finally made it
It was such a boring time
I’d better not save it

It was Hitler’s fault
I shouldn’t be near
I have to carry on
A new life is here

My new home is England
I never felt alone
This is life
And this is home

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This picture shows the negative things that you can do to people on the stones and the positive things that you can do to people on the roses. We used different colours to represent the word depending on what the word it was.

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