Friday, 9 November 2018

Remembrance Day in Year 1

On Friday 9th November, Year 1 learned all about Remembrance day. 

We created some red and black poppies and put them onto the green fence in the playground with everyone else in school- 470 poppies in all.

We took a photo with the whole school with the number 100 to remember that the war finished 100 years ago.

We learned that the first soldier who died was only 17 and was called John Parr.

We were learning about the soldiers and nurses in World War 1.

We made poppies to hang up in the shape of 100.

We wrote and drew postcards to say `thank you` to children, nurses, doctors, ladies and men and soldiers for defending our country.

We also used our time machine to see what it was like on Armistice Day in 1918.

Here is a video about our 'Thank You' theme:


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