St Julie’s Remembers

Date: 14th Nov 2018 @ 10:15am

The staff and children produced a very moving display in the hall showing children’s artwork to commemorate 100 years since the end of WW1. Our exhibition proved to be a very thoughtful and poignant tribute to those who lost their lives in battle and those affected by war. To mark the 100th anniversary, the children have worked hard to try to develop their knowledge and understanding, helping them gain an insight into those soldiers who lost their lives and made the ultimate sacrifice. 

To enhance our learning, the infant children went to see the British Legion “there but not there” soldier on Springfield Lane, saying prayers and placing crosses. Year 5 visited the Imperial War Musuem North and recreated their own Poppy display in the school grounds. Special thanks to Mr Meredith who made and donated a WWI soldier silhouette which is on display. 

We hope that through the learning experience the children of St Julie’s, “will not forget and will remember them”

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funny bunny wrote:

I made a trench to remember all the soldier that fort in World War 1

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rabbitlover2 wrote:

Poppy day is a day of remembering all about the war and people in them. Like the world war 1 and world war 2 plus my mum always says '' your going to start world war 3 in a minute '' I says your silly mum.

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Showgirl hashtag LOVE wrote:

World War I is when 100s of soldiers stood up to fighting for freedom.

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Unicornlover wrote:

100 years ago my great, great granddad had to go into the world war 1 otherwise he would get called a coward in the street so that is why I remember it so much.

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St Julie Catholic Primary School

Brooklands Road
Eccleston
St Helens
WA10 5HG

Headteacher: Mrs A Hodgson
Main Contact: Office Manager, Mrs S O’Reilly
SENDCO Contact: Mrs R Brookes

Tel: 01744 678233
stjulies@sthelens.org.uk