Yom Kippur takes place ten days after the Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. The Jewish people use the days in between to say sorry to whoever they have wronged in the past twelve months. It is a time to not just say the words, but to express their sincerity in whichever way best suits the situation. It is a time to acknowledge their wrongdoing towards people in their lives and towards God. This is done through building new bonds in relationships, fasting and giving money to charity. TrueTube has provided an assembly script and film for this religious festival. The assembly script provides activities, key features and the history of Yom Kippur. The short, accompanying film takes to the streets of London, revealing the personal apologies of the public. Facing guilt, letting go of bitterness and moving forward from conflict, offer an escape from the hatred too often attached to such matters. These principles do not have to be limited to religion. It is something we should all strive towards and a key lesson for students to learn.