In November the Head Teacher led a very special assembly to celebrate All Souls day, after which the children all wrote a special prayer card to commemorate a loved one who had died, the prayers were hung on our ‘Tree of Remembrance’ and different cards will be chosen and read out each time we meet for assemblies and collective worship during the month of November. At the end of the school day, the children were all given ‘meaningful treats’ to take home to remind them of the origins of All Souls Day (or Halloween as it is more commonly referred to) in terms of its Christian traditions.

Miss Allon also led a special assembly to mark the centenary of Armistice Day and all of the children were invited to make their own special individual poppy, which were then combined to make one huge poppy to display in the school hall.

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