Charlestown Primary School

Learning Together in the 21st Century

Remembering the past November 11, 2008

Filed under: Community — charlestownprimary @ 12:02 pm

Today we remembered about all the people that died in the first world war. At 11o’clock we all stood still and quiet for two minutes to remember all the men and women that died in the war. We sold poppies everyday so children could buy them. Father Mark gave an assembly yesterday to pray for peace on the world.

Gemma and Deusa also represented the school at the church service today.

 

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6 Responses to “Remembering the past”

  1. Sharmaine Doolan Says:

    this is a good thing because it realy makes you think about all of the people how died

  2. kirsty frendo Says:

    it is nice because you are representing the people that fout for us.

  3. Ben Says:

    That was a quit job to do but it felt like an hour to do a couple of minites and it was alright.

  4. Mr Kirkpatrick Says:

    I have to say how proud I was of all the children who showed such great respect during the two minutes silence. I was really proud of all of you.

  5. Alice Says:

    in maths we all did 2 mins slience and it was really respectful for the people who fort in the war so i gave my 2 mins to the men that fighted in the war for us

  6. Mr Kirkpatrick Senior Says:

    This is a good thing to remember the men and women who died while serving their country in the army, navy and airforce.

    Do you know why the Remembrance Day is always on the 11th November?

    Have you visited the War Memorial that is nearest to your school?


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