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Pupils mark Remembrance in Spalding, Tydd St Mary and Weston Hills




Schools in the area took part in activities to mark Armistice Day on Wednesday.

All staff and students at Spalding Academy respected the two minutes' silence and also raised more than £350 for The Royal British Legion via www.justgiving.com/fundraising/spalding-academy

Students Aaron Clark, Bobby England and Davis Bordelo all attended school in their Army Cadets uniforms, with Ashton Grooby wearing his Fire Cadets uniform.

Army cadets Aaron Clark, Bobby England and Davis Bordelo and Fire cadet Ashton Grooby at Spalding Academy with house head Jess Forbes, assistant head teacher Ian Billinghurst and director of staff development Lindsay Bamber.
Army cadets Aaron Clark, Bobby England and Davis Bordelo and Fire cadet Ashton Grooby at Spalding Academy with house head Jess Forbes, assistant head teacher Ian Billinghurst and director of staff development Lindsay Bamber.

The Academy’s art department created a poppy wreath as part of Jess Forbes'annual display.

The silence was also observed at Tydd St Mary Primary School, where wreaths made by each of the house teams were placed at a memorial, also made by the children.

They also painted poppies and these decorate the school hall.

Also observing the silence were pupils at Weston Hills Primary School, who also laidRemembrance rocks they had painted.



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