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Posted on: 13 Nov 2015 by Weston Green School

On the 11th of November,even some of the youngest pupils at Weston Green wanted to participate in Armistice Day.

Many children arrived in the morning with questions and  had interesting input about what they day meant to them and their families. It was wonderful to see the enthusiasm amongst the children and although they are very young, they felt empowered to partake in the two minutes of silence. In the afternoon some pupils constructed poppies after watching an espresso video about the preparation and distribution of poppies for Remebrance Day. When asked about what the day meant to them,pupils responded:

"We were thinking about the soldiers." Oliver 

"The ladies and men who fought in the war." Aoife

" There was a boy in the war and they shooted at him." Sterling

" I was thinking about the ladies in the war that had to do all the jobs the men did." Arabella

" We were thinking about the soldiers.We made poppies." Elise

"We were thinking about the people who died." Cecilia

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