5-18, in 2 separate assemblies
Remembering Srebrenica is charity which aims to raise awareness of the Srebrenica genocide in which 8372 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were killed.
Furthermore, we aim to educate young people about the lessons that we can learn from the genocide in order to tackle hatred and intolerance in our society to build a more cohesive community.
In order to do this, Remembering Srebrenica has developed several education resources that can be used in schools. These include a PSHE lesson pack created with the PSHE Association, a Primary resource pack on similarities and differences and secondary and primary school assemblies. These assemblies are designed to be used during Srebrenica Memorial Week (10th-17th July).
Link allows access to powperpoint presentation and scripts for assemblies
Time of Year
Primarily in July (10th-17th) but can be used at other times as it fits with learning
get access to the education packs please fill in the form. You will
instantly receive a pass key to access and download them.
The primary assembly is a story which encourages discussion about the value of difference in our society emphasising that although we are united by our similarities,
it is our differences that enrich us.
The Secondary assembly is an informative presentation which allows time to commemorate the victims of genocide.
Click here to find the assemblies and lesson plans.