Passover in Ancient and Modern History

To wind up the term, Year 12 Ancient History and Year 11 Modern History joined forces for a fast paced Passover. Passover is an important event in Jewish and Christian history, commemorating God’s work in the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt.

A tapestry of tradition and symbolism, Passover usually extends over two days; however, we managed to condense it into a double lesson. Bobbie Briggs and Amanda DeSilva worked hard to capture the cultural significance of this event, providing us with a valuable (and enjoyable) learning experience.

Catherine Manthey, Year 12

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