During the week leading up to Remembrance Sunday we held events to recall the sacrifice made by Service Personnel to ensure our continuing freedoms.
Throughout the week , all students attended Remembrance Assemblies, outlining the significance of Remembrance Day, why we must continue to remember and the significance of the poppy.
Mrs Hills created the beautiful display in the foyer (shown in the photo), Mrs Caisley-Britton ensured that classrooms were marked with poppies and Armistice prayers were shared by Mr Brookes with tutor groups, including some in French.
Nearly 50 students wore their service uniforms on Friday the 11th November to mark their membership as Service Personnel.
These students showed a real sense of pride whilst wearing their uniform in school and they explained about their uniforms and what they represent and what the day means to them.
We also had representation from the Lifeguard Community this year for the very first time, with two of our (very proud) girls wearing their uniform.