A group of Fifth Form pupils from Dauntsey’s has returned from a memorable trip to the Western Front.
As Sunday 11th November marked the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, St Mary’s girls have been very busy carrying out a range of activities to mark this momentous date.
Remembrance Services have been held at the Junior and Senior School, with a focus on the theme of thanksgiving and the hope for peace.
The annual Remembrance Day march past the Cenotaph is one of the cornerstones of British society. Watched by millions across the world, the occasion gives opportunity for reflection, mourning, commemoration and a moment to unite.
Cranmore pupils getting their act together for charity. Cranmore pupils have raised over £40,000 for charity at Action Day over the last 13 years.
Year 5 children from Hazlegrove Prep School have filled shoe boxes with gifts and useful items to be sent off to Moldova in Eastern Europe to help disadvantaged children and young persons in support of the Mustard Seed Charity.
Richmond House School in Leeds installed eight life size soldier silhouettes in their fields as a tribute in the week running up to Remembrance Day. Every child in the school made a poppy to place at the feet of the soldiers during the ceremony.
St Benedict’s unveiled a new war memorial on Sunday November 11th - the centenary of World War I - in remembrance of pupils and teachers from the school who lost their lives in conflict.
Children at Hazlegrove Prep School commemorated the one hundredth anniversary of Armistice with a 7 metre long collage of hand made poppies, a special service of remembrance and assembly.
Hornsby House pupils have made a wall of poppies, which went on display in the school playground to mark 100 years since the end of World War I.
With the largest Combined Cadet Force in the country, Brentwood School cadets were very proud to take their place in the Remembrance Sunday Civic Parade in Brentwood town centre yesterday.