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  • Remembrance Day

    On Friday 11th November, we had a visitor from the War Memorial Trust come into school, to talk to the whole school about Remembrance Day. As part of this learning, Year 3 also took walk to the war memorial at St Saviours’ Church.

    Our Reception children also made a handmade wreath, and individual poppies to be displayed around the school.

    As cited on the British Legion website:

    The poppy is

    • A symbol of Remembrance and hope
    • Worn by millions of people
    • Red because of the natural colour of field poppies

    The poppy is NOT

    • A symbol of death or a sign of support for war
    • A reflection of politics or religion
    • Red to reflect the colour of blood

    Wearing a poppy is a personal choice and reflects individual and personal memories. It is not compulsory but is greatly appreciated by those it helps – our beneficiaries: those currently serving in our Armed Forces, veterans, and their families and dependants.

    Pimlico Primary

    Pimlico Primary, Lupus Street, London SW1V 3AT
    Tel: 020 7802 1909