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Year 8 students' video to commemorate 15th March events

14 March 2018

Year 8 Hungarian students have been busy working on a video project which aims to explain the 1848-49 Hungarian revolution and war of independence. As part of our Hungarian History curriculum, we covered the events of this era.

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Our students did not want to deliver just the facts, they wanted to show what this public holiday means for the country. Students worked in four groups interviewing family members, teachers and classmates. They acted out the roles of some of the famous participants of the revolution. If you would like to learn more about this period of Hungarian history you can watch the video HERE.


Blanka Langó
Hungarian Teacher