What are the Anne Frank Awards?
Anne Frank is representative of millions who suffered the horrific, depraved consequences of prejudice and genocide during the Nazi era. The GREC Anne Frank Awards invites all schools and youth groups throughout Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray to take part in activities to promote equality, Children’s Rights and positive relations between all people.
Examples of activities:
- Celebration of appropriate events and anniversaries
- Artwork, Poems, Drama, Movies, Comic Strips, Songs, Short Films or Project/topic work
- PowerPoint presentations
TheUNSustainable Development Goalsmay also provide inspiration for activities.
Why take part?
Taking part is a great way to demonstrate your school or group’s commitment to equality and human rights, which in turn will cover various experiences and outcomes of the curriculum and may feed into other initiatives like Rights Respecting Schools. All those taking part will:
- Be invited to the Awards Ceremony in June 2019 (attendance is not a requirement)
- Be invited to present their work in front of their peers
- Receive certificates, both for named individuals and school, class or other groups
- Receive a framed photograph with pupils and the Anne Frank statue.
“The event was very good and provided a fantastic experience for our pupils as they presented to an audience. The event was valued by our school as it allowed our wider achievement groups to get their messages across on the importance of fairness, equality and tolerance. It encouraged pupil voice and let pupils know their rights are respected and their opinions valued.”
Tom Whyte, Faculty Head, Harlaw Academy
How to take part:
To take part,simply fill in the short form (which can be downloaded from www.grec.co.uk/anne-frankor by using the contact details below) and attach evidence of the work that has been undertaken.
Closing Date for entries: Friday 17thMay 2019
Awards Ceremony: Friday 21stJune 2019