Each class commemorated Remembrance Day in their own way. Some children watched a video about a bunny in the war. They talked about how the bunny was feeling and that the soldiers must have been scared too. This wonderful video can be found here. The children made poppies out of red, green and black playdough, as well as creating their own poppies with collage materials. Year 1 children created poppies using loose parts and made finger print poppy paintings. Year 3 watched the Cenotaph ceremony on Newsround. They learnt about and discussed the ceremony and why we commemorate the day. The children also created poppies using different red and black materials. They had to write why we wear poppies. Year 4 created poppies for their British Values display. Year 5 pupils worked very hard on learning Archie Dobson's war. They were split into three groups and each watched each other perform the act. The pupils explored what it must have felt like for the war to be finished and were able to empathise with the characters. They also discussed some WW1 poetry including Flanders Fields and wrote a response poem in CP called 'This is How we Remember'.