Remembrance Service - Hawarden, 10.11.19
On Sunday, November 10th, Abi, Sienna, Abigail and Emily joined Mr Williams and Mrs McLellan at the Hawarden Remembrance Service where they lay a wreath in memory of those who have died in wars around the world. It was a beautiful morning as the sun shone for the whole parade and service! The girls lay the wreath on the cenotaph with great dignity and respect and were an absolute credit to the school and their families!
Remembrance Service ~ 11.11.18
A big well done to William, Emily and Lili for attending the Hawarden Remembrance Service on Sunday where they represented the school by laying a wreath in remembrance to all those who have fought in war. It turned out to be a beautiful day once the ran clouds had cleared and the sun came out. Mrs McLellan and Mr Williams were very impressed as all three pupils carried out their duties with respect and dignity. They were an absolute credit to the school.
Remembrance Service - Hawarden Cenotaph
On Sunday, 12th November, Mrs McLellan and Mr Williams attended the Remembrance service at the cenotaph in Hawarden with a group of year 6 pupils. Jacob, Romain, May and Grace represented the school by laying a wreath at the memorial in honour of the many people who have died in world wars. They were an absolute credit to the school, performing their duty with grace and dignity. Both Mrs McLellan and Mr Williams were extremely proud of them and would like to thank them for taking part today.
Our Second Entrepreneurial Day was a great success - lots of fantastic ideas and products. More importantly, the learning that took place and will take place this week using the data collected will be extremly beneficial to all pupils.
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Remembrance Service - Hawarden Cenotaph, 13.11.16
On Sunday, 13th November, a group of year 6 pupils took part in the Hawarden Remembrance Parade. Lili, Issy, Daniel and George represented our school when they laid a wreath on the cenotaph. We started at The Gladstone Playing fields and marched to the cenotaph in time to observe a two minute silence to remember those who have died in wars around the world. Mr Williams and Mrs McLellan felt incredibly proud of the pupils who showed both dignity and respect at this very important event.