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Lest we forget

Shortly before 11am, the whole school gathered quietly at the front of school to be led in a short assembly by Reverend Alison. She talked about the significance of the poppy and some of the Y6 read aloud the poem In Flanders Field. We listened to a roll call of former pupils who had lost their lives in WW1 and WW2. Oliver placed a wreath of poppies under the Union Flag and we held a minute's silence to remember all who had lost their lives before the service was closed with a short prayer.

We will remember them

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