Families sent in photos of candles lit in remembrance, and pupils Tegan Kinch, Harriet Thayre, Ruby Leigh Savin, Eden Lilywhite, Evie Murphy and Libby Brundson (pictured) created a dance.
The cookery club baked Jewish bread challah, Year 10 art pupils did Holocaust works in charcoal, and mentor groups made posters. Year 9 pupils looked at letters from French girl Louise Pikovsky, who died in Auschwitz aged 16.
Year 7 wrote stories on prejudice and how it can lead to a hateful act, Year 8 wrote poems on ‘Understanding’ and Year 9 argued the statement ‘We must always challenge discrimination where we see it’.
Head of humanities Anne Sutehall said: “How wonderful that so many pupils were involved and produced such thoughtful work.”