Remembrance Day

On the 11th day of the 11th month, the United Kingdom celebrated Remembrance Day. This is a day dedicated to people who have lost their lives in the armed forces. Students in different sets across year groups marked the day with a special literacy lesson and looked at why we celebrated this day. They wrote poems about WW1 and remembering the fallen soldiers.

Many people wear poppies (a flower) on their jackets. The poppy is also a special and significant flower as it grew in the fields after the battles had been fought and won. Originally, the idea of the poppy , began after WW1 but is still used as a symbol of respect

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