In the lead up to Armistice Day, in yesterday’s collective worship, the children learnt about and refreshed their knowledge on what Armistice Day is all about and the symbolisation of the poppy and what it means.
As part of this worship, the children decorated poppies in memory of the fallen. These will be displayed in St. Mary’s Church in the village as part of their Centenary of WW1 exhibition.
If you wish to go along to the exhibition, it is being held on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th November at St. Mary’s Church, Coton-in-the-Elms, 2-4pm each day, where afternoon tea will be served.
There is also a remembrance service on Sunday 11th November at the church, commencing at 10.45am.