Finborough school comes together to honour Remembrance Day
Finborough School’s staff and pupils came together on Monday, November 11 at 11am to remember the casualties of war.
Around 500 gathered at the school’s ‘Remembrance Mound’, where poppies had been made for the day.
Headmaster Steven Clark said a short prayer, head girl Eloise Long and head boy Joel Clifford read In Flanders Field by John McRae together and the two minute silence was followed by John Maxwell Edmunds’ words- ‘When you go home, tell them of us and say, for their tomorrow we gave our today’.
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