Game Over Performance with Nower Hill SchoolPosted on: 26/04/2022
On Monday 25th April and Tuesday 26th April, students from Hatch End High School & Nower Hill High School gave an astounding performance of the Mark Wheeller play, Game Over, with students from both schools playing multiple roles from this devastating true story.
Students from Hatch End High School, Nower Hill High School, Park High School and Bentley Wood High School attended the performance and parents were invited to an evening performance, with an opportunity for questions and answers on the evening of Monday 25th April 2022 at Hatch End High School Great Hall.
Hatch End High School are so proud of all of our students that took part, particularly surrounding such important themes and it really is an accomplishment to collaborate in this way.
The Breck Foundation was set up in 2014 in response to the tragic murder of Breck Bednar, a 14 year old Surrey school boy who loved Science, Computing and Gaming. As a result of the tragedy, the Breck Foundation was founded, determined that no other family should have to go through the same ordeal. The charity now delivers powerful presentations using Breck’s story as an example. Last year, the Breck Foundation reached more than 20,000 students, 4,000 parents and 7,000 safeguarding professionals.
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