Collaborative Working In order to address the areas highlighted by teachers, we will be working in collaboration with the White Rose Hub to produce some supplementary resources. Key strategic partners include: The University of Leeds Huddersfield University North Halifax Grammar School Copley Primary School Since our inception, we have developed a wide range of training, support and free resources, all of which support a teaching for mastery approach. Who we are Welcome to the White Rose Maths Hub, led by Trinity Academy Halifax, an outstanding provider based in north Halifax, West Yorkshire.
Alongside these academies, we deliver regular business and performance skills sessions such as writing effective emails. Suggestions to the Teacher Wisława Szymborska was one of the leading Polish poets after WWII and received the Nobel Prize in 1996. Sixteen years old at the outbreak of war, she internalizes the pain of the Nazis’ victims. One of our educators will then be in touch to discuss your needs.
Perhaps if the sun’s tears would sing against a white stone. . . ch, such a yellow Is carried lightly ‘way up high. It went away I’m sure because it wished to kiss the world good-bye.For seven weeks I’ve lived in here, Penned up inside this ghetto. This can be linked to the lines: “The boy, released from his bonds, saw his father’s back.” The theme of guilt can be connected to accounts of Holocaust survivors who as parents, were powerless to protect their children. The last two lines of the poem express her empathy. The drawings were created by one particular artist who presents her personal impressions of the poems. The painting linked to this poem invokes a timeless depiction of persecution. Pupils can consider if any one theme of the poem (see no. 2 above) was uppermost in the artist’s mind or perhaps they see expression of more than one theme in her painting.