In history club this evening we learned about the different colour poppies used to celebrate the sacrifices made in wars.
The red poppy for servicemen and women from the First World War up to the present day.
The purple poppies are worn for the animals who have died in wars.
The black poppy rose was introduced in 2010 to represent the contributions of the African, Black, West Indian, Caribbean, Pacific Islands and Indigenous communities to wars.
White poppies have been worn since 1933 as a symbol of peace and remembrance.
We made a wreath of the red and purple poppies to display in KS1 corridor as a mark of respect.
Year 1 Extended study
Year 2 Extended study
Here are some ideas for some further study for the children to do at home. We will share their learning in crew and celebrate with HOWLs points. Thanks so much for your continued support.
Mrs Shaw and the key stage 1 team x
Please have a look at what year 1 and 2 will be learning about this term. We have a very exciting few months ahead! You can access this document through the ‘children’ tab and then by clicking on the ‘Key stage 1 extended study’ menu.
If you have any questions, please ask a class teacher.
Thanks, Mrs Shaw