PUPILS TAKE TIME TO REMEMBER
PUPILS at Maltman’s Green School in Gerrards Cross were joined by MajorGeneral (retired) Inshaw for a very special Remembrance Assembly in the Lapraik Hall.
Each class made a poppy wreath last week and these were laid down by the girls during the service.
A school spokesman said everyone was interested to hear Major-General Inshaw’s talk. He shared how since 1918 the history of our services’ involvement in conflicts and areas in which the armed forces were needed. Girls from Year 6 also read a poem.
On Friday November 11 the school will observe a minutes silence at 11am. On Sunday November 13, the headmistress, Mrs Pardon will be accompanied by pupils at the Remembrance Service at Gerrards Cross Memorial Centre on East Common at 10.30am.
Remembrance: The wreaths made by pupils