Congratulations to our Anne Frank Ambassadors for their wonderful exhibition, and for their hard work in presenting Anne's story to students, staff and parents. The students have spent the last two weeks becoming knowledgeable experts on various aspects of Anne's universally moving story. They all conducted themselves in an exemplary and mature manner, and I am extremely proud of them. They will be using their skills again in February, when they will undertake further training in preparation for presenting a much larger exhibition, which focusses on all types of prejudice - and, ultimately, the consequences of prejudice - taking place in the library at the Riverside Centre in Rotherham town centre. They will then receive their badges to highlight their life-long membership of the Anne Frank Institute. Some of the year 8 ambassadors also took part in a film project, which will be used as a classroom resource, and focusses on Islamaphobia and associated issues. The feedback was incredible, and I was told that these students were some of the most wonderful students the company had ever worked with. Well done to all of you! You are absolute superstars.