11 Nov 2014
November 11, 2014

Westgate Remembers

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At Westgate we have been thinking about the importance of remembrance and why we take the time to remember those that have given their lives for their country. Every child and member of Staff has made their own poppy with a message written on the back. These have been put on display outside our school entrance to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of World War 1.

Each class also made their own collage poppy from a range of materials, from tissue paper to images of soldiers who fought in the war.

Key Stage 2 also took part in a live National Assembly of Remembrance with thousands of schools across the country.

2 Responses to Westgate Remembers
  1. Wow what a super display, well done Westgate.

    Mrs J. Rogers

  2. I visited the school today and saw the poppies in front of the school and in the foyer. The display looks amazing and I think if is a wonderful tribute to all our brave service personnel.

    Jackie Warren
    Vice chair of governors


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