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Remembrance Jigsaw

On Thursday 9 November, Miss Mazelin and Mrs Loxton delivered an assembly with the help of a team of Key Stage 3 students (listed below) to "rethink remembrance" through poetry.

Selected students read iconic poems such as "In Flanders fields" and "Dulce et Decorum est", reflecting on the messages of them before hearing more modern poetry - from a retired Army officer and a current Year 8 student.

The key theme for the assembly was "You cannot change the beginning, but starting now you can change the ending." and students were given examples of different ways in which they could help each other and in doing so honour those that gave their lives for our freedom today.

Yr7

Bethany Tunley
Harrison Davies
Gabby Turner
Patrycja Wieckowska
 
Yr8
Owen Hately created the YouTube clip used in assembly:
 
Yr9
Sam Thacker
Keira French

Tutor groups were asked to submit artwork for our 'Remembrance jigsaw'. These have been placed in to a collage of a soldier which is on display in the Humanities Department.

11P

Eleasha Warren, Casey Nelson

Jessican Donnelly, Rosie Kovachev 9B2

Kirsty and Evie