Our Class 2 and 3 children did a lot of work around World War 1 and Remembrance. They made commemorative stones for our local fallen heroes, placing them around Watchtree Nature Reserve.
The children also made poppies, which were then displayed at the front of the school in preparation for our moment of remembrance.
On Remembrance Sunday itself, two of our children read a poem that Class 3 had written and also placed a wreath at the war memorial at St. Andrew's Church, Aikton. Mr Jones, our vice chair of governors, came in his full RAF uniform and saluted the laying of the wreath.
The pictures are fantastic, I'm sure you'll agree.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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