The Remembrance Service hosted by Year Six, with support from the choir and school councillors, proved a fitting end to the week long project and exhibition called ‘We Will Remember’, which focused on the centenary of the Armistice, and different aspects of war and peace. Children have been praised throughout the week by parents, veterans and other visitors to the school for their excellent behaviour and the high quality of the work which they produced. Every child from Year One to Year Six produced a clay poppy which were put outside the school on the paths to line the route for visitors, and each year group made a wreath which was put on the stage during the Remembrance Service. They were beautifully made with great care and imagination. A number of year groups enjoyed a performance from the Aesop Theatre Company about a family living in London during World War Two: additionally, Year 2 learned about the use of service animals from the Guide Dog Association, and Years Three and Four were treated to explanations and recollections from two forces veterans, Mr Ken Clasper and Mr John Gilmour. The whole ‘We Will Remember’ project has been a great success, supporting learning in many curriculum areas and deepening the children’s understanding of key historical events. Their feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, with one pupil claiming that this has been ‘the best week ever’. Our Spring Curriculum event will see a return to our Faith Week, and we look forward to welcoming you to share it with us.