The school experienced a moving, beautifully performed and spectacular Act of Remembrance up at our school church on Remembrance Day. It was a crisp, sunny morning as the school walked up to St James, to be greeted by Rev. Fiona Sample and the Headmaster at the main door to the church. Henry joined Mr Fowlds in playing The Last Post and after two minutes of silent reflection, the Reveille. A gentle “pop” from above signalled the release of hundreds of red poppies from the bell tower and the school stood in reverence and amazement as the petals fluttered to the ground. The Choir sang their anthem, “Hymn to the Trinity” beautifully and with great feeling in the church and Rev. Sample gave a thought-provoking and moving address.
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