On Friday 10th November, Year 6 took part in a Remembrance Service at St Mary's Church and after at the newly renovated Northop Hall War Memorial. The pupils read their own poetry in the church and, once at the memorial, called out the names of the 'fallen' who are listed on the memorial before the two minutes silence.
Viv Williams, co-founder of the Flintshire War Memorials website www.flintshirewarmemorials.com, who also contributed to the service, said what a credit our pupils were to the school with their thoughtful and moving poetry.
Thank you to Reverend Richard Hainsworth, other members of the Church community and to the parents, grandparents and others village residents who attended the service.
More photos and the children's poetry can be found on the Year 6 class page.
Well done Year 6. We are proud of you!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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