On 11th November 2018 it will be exactly 100 years since the end of World War 1 and the first Armistice Day. To mark the centenary, we held a short Remembrance Day service in school today.
To help mark this event appropriately, pupils were set a half term Home Challenge to make a poppy, picture, poster or write / copy out and decorate a poem. These could be presented however the children wanted, e.g. a knitted, painted or paper poppy; made of fabric or collage or Hama beads; large or small – the choice was theirs!
We were inundated with creations. These were displayed and used to create a very special atmosphere for commemorating this special ‘Poppy’ day.
Thank you to everyone who supported this commemoration.