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Friday 11th November

Our Year 6 children led our KS2 assembly today to mark Remembrance day. After sharing their own evacuee diaries and letters from the battlefield (written in their creative writing lessons), they recited 'In Flanders Fields' by John Macrae followed by The Last Post and a two minute silence.  Thank you to Year 6 pupils and staff for sharing their thought-provoking assembly with us.  We were pleased to welcome some Year 6 parents into school to share it too; it was a great chance for our children to practice their public-speaking skills. 

Our younger children have also marked the occasion by sharing stories and taking part in a minute's silence together as well as producing some lovely art work. 

The Kington Remembrance service and parade will be held this Sunday at St Mary's Church from 10am and we have some very proud children who will be representing our school in the parade.