KING James's School, Almondbury, is to host the Anne Frank Trust’s travelling exhibition.
It tells the story of Anne Frank’s life, her time in hiding from the Nazi Germans in Amsterdam and her tragic death in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in March 1945.
The Anne Frank Trust is using Anne’s story to teach children at King James’s about the dangers of prejudice in the modern world.
It will also promote social cohesion, as well as to understand this period of history.
All King James’s pupils will be working with the material over the next two weeks.
They are being guided around the exhibition by specially trained ambassadors.
These are Year 9 students trained up by Anne Frank Trust staff to take the role of the teacher.