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Remembrance 2020

29th Oct 2020

Poppies will again be sold in school to support the vital work of the Royal British Legion from 02-11-20 until Armistice Day on 11-02-20.

On Wednesday 11th November 2020 a recording of our Community Service of Remembrance will be available to watch on our website as our community comes together to mark Armistice Day 2020. As with everything at the moment, our service will be adapted to ensure that it is COVID-secure. It will still be a special and fitting way for our school to mark this important day in the life of the UK.

We will also teach our children about the sacrifices made by British and Commonwealth service personnel and their families in the First World War and in every conflict since, and we will honour them. We will also reflect on the suffering of all civilians as we pray for peace in our world and an end to armed conflicts.

Please watch our service when it is uploaded, and invite you relatives and friends to do the same, especially if they are a serving or former members of our armed services or merchant navy.