Our pupils from the Pre-Prep to the Prep school marked the 100th anniversary of the Armistice in a variety of ways. The Pre-Prep on, Friday morning, created a poppy in the grounds by dressing in black and red. Then followed a service of remembrance in the Pre-Prep and we were very honoured to be joined by two veterans of WWII, Mo Goldstein and Tony Booth who were both in the Royal Armoured Corps.
The pupils in the Prep School all made poppies which they used to decorate the display cupboards in the main corridor. On Saturday the whole school attended a service of remembrance at the Ha-Ha, which was conducted by the school Chaplain, Revd Canon Ian Wilson.