Kirkcolm Primary School

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Kirkcolm Comes Together for Remembrance Day

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Our very responsible pupils joined with their community to pay respects to the sacrifices of others on Remembrance Day.

Senior pupils attended a service with Reverent Burl, Councillor Willie Scobie and other community members.  Prayers were shared and a lone piper marked the end of  a minute’s silence.

 

The children read a Remembrance Day senses poem to the gathering before Olivia presented a poppy stem to ‘Tommy’.  Tommy is a silhouette figure that has been mounted on the lamp post adjacent to the village entrance.  It is hoped he will be a permanent fixture to greet those arriving into our village.

The remainder of the school walked up to the village war memorial to pay their respects there. Breagh and Oliver read a poem for all to reflect upon.  The children also marked the 1 minute silence.

Lest We Forget!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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