By Connie Osborne Thursday 08 August 2013 Updated: 14/08 09:32
A PAIR of students organised their own art exhibition to raise awareness of the Holocaust.
Woodrush High School pupils Katie Bullock and Nicola Payne, both 17, held the night as part of a project organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust.
Following a visit to the Nazi Auschwitz concentration camp, the duo taught Year 6 and 7 pupils about what they had learnt and asked them to create pieces of art inspired by the lesson.
Parents as well as Wythall's MP Sajid Javid all attended the exhibition which raised money for the trust as well as other charities including Show Racism The Red Card and United to End Genocide.
Katie said: "I've always thought about becoming a teacher and now this has really inspired me. All the children said they had the best day and really enjoyed learning about the Holocaust and all the teachers were really impressed."
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