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Auschwitz education visit available for Harlow College students

Education: Secondary / Tue 6th Feb 2018 at 10:59am

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THE HOLOCAUST Educational Trust is currently offering two Harlow College students the opportunity to take part in the upcoming Lessons from Auschwitz Project.

The project has run for several years enabling students to experience a trip to Auschwitz before passing on their discoveries to fellow peers in order to start a legacy.

Harlow College will pay the travel costs to the seminars in London along with the travel to and from Stansted Airport.

Ken Woolcott, Student Voice Officer, who has previously been on the trip, stated, ‘Harlow College has been involved in the project for more than five years. It is a real insight into what happened all those years ago and allows the next generation to continue the legacy.

‘Previously, we have created a memorial in the grounds of the college which was opened by Member of Parliament, Robert Halfon. I think it is important to share this opportunity and to receive as much interest as possible.’

For extra information or an application form, please go to https://www.het.org.uk/lessons-from-auschwitz-programme or speak to Ken Woolcott, Student Voice Officer in the O Zone.

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