On Friday 10th November, each pupil from Boundary Primary School made and planted their poppy in the school remembrance garden. On each
Afterwards, the school took part in a service where the pupils remembered these soldiers and others who had sacrificed their lives in past and present conflicts. The service was led by Year 6 and Reverend Peter was also present.
During the afternoon, the pupils had further opportunities to reflect as they took part in a whole school art afternoon based around the theme of poppies, using different techniques, such as collage, print and sketching.
“When the fighting stopped poppies grew on the battlefield.” – Madaline
“It is called Remembrance day because we remember the soldiers who fought for us.” – Oliver
“Whole families went to the war. The men fought and the women were nurses.” – Storm