By Retford Oaks Academy
This sculpture by students at Retford Oaks Academy in Nottinghamshire honours Miep Gies, the woman who helped Anne Frank and her family when they were in hiding.
The students explored themes of hiding, books and freedom. The section in the centre of the scultpure illuminates books as a record of history and that hidden within books is information that can save lives. Flying out of the top are three paper doves which represent freedom.
Adam Oprych, Teacher of Art, Retford Oaks Academy
Caroline Slifkin, Holocaust Educator
Garry Clarkson, HMDT Support Worker