In commemoration of 100 years since the end of World War One, we spent the first two weeks of term 2 learning about the importance of Remembrance. Each class produced a fantastic array of artwork and thoughtful poetry and diary entries which we then shared with parents on the afternoon of Monday 12th November. Our parents, carers, grandparents, aunties, uncles, neighbours... were invited into school to see our wonderful work. The school council were on hand to welcome our visitors and talk about each class' work.
The Salvation Army visited school on Monday 12th November to lead us in a very special Remembrance worship.
And finally, our wonderful adult crochet club, led by Karen Jones, crocheted 110 poppies and created this amazing Remembrance sculpture which is on display in the main entrance. Thank-you crochet club for your hard work - we think the sculpture looks awesome.