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FAMILY LIFE IN THE CONGO

Oliver grew up in the Congo but was sent abroad for his education so that he could eventually return to run the family business. However the Congo is now a dangerous place to be, and Oliver is settled in London with his family. He now works as a chef at the King Alfred Scool in Golders Green. He would still like to return one day, but was asked if he would be afraid to do so.......

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Lucas Rudd's "Who DO You Think You Are?"

As part of their "Heritage Day" the pupils at the King Alfred School in Golders Green were asked to find out what they could about their own family background. It turned out that Lucas seemed to have ancestors from half the countries of the globe! He gave an outline to the head teacher, Dawn Moore.

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Tor Johnson's "Who do you think you are?"

Pupils at the King Alfred School in Golders Green were asked to find out what they could about their own background and heritage. Many of them have interesting backgrounds with families who come from all over the world. Here Tor Johnson tells his story to the school's heat-techer, Dawn Moore.

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ALEX STERNBERG'S "WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?"

The pupils of King Alfred's School in Golders Green recently held a Heritage Day in which they were asked to find out what they could about the background to their families. This is Alex's story, as told to the Head-teacher, Dawn Moore.

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JONAH KAPLAN'S "WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?

The pupils of King Alfred's School in Golders Green recently held a Heritage Day in which they were asked to find out what they could about the background to their families. This is Jonah's story, as told to the Head-teacher, Dawn Moore.