Daniel Allison in Year 13 writes eloquently on the visit by Harry Bibring, arranged by the Holocaust Educational Trust
During the Spring Term, History students from the Beverley Joint Sixth Form filmed a series of interviews and delivered an assembly to all students. Watch the video here.
Last summer, the BGS history department participated in a visit to the leading research and commemoration centre on the Holocaust in Jerusalem, Israel. Click for more.
Johnathan in 8S took up the History Department’s challenge to make a film documentary on the British Empire. Click here to watch.
On Thursday 13th March, Year 9 students from Beverley Grammar School will hear testimony from Holocaust survivor, Harry Bibring, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET).
Year 9 have been studying modern America this term including some work on how the ‘Western’ Landscape has arguably influenced the identity of the USA and its people. See some of their work here.
75 years ago a rescue mission for Jewish children threatened by Nazi persecution was organised. A specially written play called ‘Suitcase’ came to Hull on Thursday 14th November and 36 students from the school attended.
History students at BGS study a unit for their history AS course on Hitler, antisemitism and the German people and as a piece of background work look at what Germany is and how it developed in modern times. Click to see some of their work.
Year 9 History students were encouraged to explore not only the impact of the war on soldiers and civilians in an international and long term context, but also how the war has been interpreted in popular media. See some of their work here.
Year 8 History students have been studying WWI, in particular the Western Front, and the diversity of soldiers’ experiences there. For their assessment, they were encouraged to create digital presentations or models, and talk to their peers about them. See some of their work here.