Bridlington School Prepares to Remember

Bridlington School are drawing together all the efforts of staff and pupils to mark the 100th anniversary of the silencing of the guns with the proper reverance the occasion is due. 

Staff from across the school have worked tirelessly to create a reflective and inspiring environment for the school's annual Remembrance Service which will be held on Monday afternoon. Poems, displays, artwork, music and drama, as well as the school's evergrowing CCF, will combine to celebrate the lives of those staff and students from the school who have fought, died and given their service to their country.

To cap it all off, Joel Cash ateacher from the school's English department, has secured 10 prestegious silhouettes of the soldiers that fought in the trenches in the First World War. Needless to say they will take an integral part in the service on Monday. For full press release and further details, please see the website next week.


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