The whole school was involved in a variety of activities for our Peace Day. We were thinking about ways that we can live more peacefully in our own lives, in our communities and in the world.
In year 4, we tried to make origami peace cranes. It was a little difficult, but with some help from year 6, we just about got there!
Rev Nick McKee visited us from St Paul’s Church, to tell us about his time as a child growing up during The Troubles in Northern Ireland. We were all very interested to hear about his experiences.
We all wore white clothing on the day to symbolise peace.
Finally we had a celebration assembly where some of the children had an opportunity to read out some of their ‘If for one day…’ peace poems.
Photos of the day to follow soon…