Interfaith Remembrance Service

Our Interfaith Remembrance Service which took place on Friday 11th November 2016.

Mr B Erskine, Principal:

"As a multi-cultural school in a world troubled by war in almost every continent, we believe it is vital to stop and remember those who have died in conflict. Not only World War One and Two, but in all wars.

Our aim at Fulbridge if to educate a generation who will value acceptance and kindness and not contribute to the violence and conflict that is currently prevalent across the globe.

I would like to thank Charles Swift for coming up with this great idea and to Nicole Dobslaw for organising a wonderful 'poppy' of poppies. A thank you also to Andi Epton-Smith for all the support and work.

Thank you to all the children who have made a poppy to plant on the field for todays event. Also, a huge thank you to the children who have taken on the roles for the service today."

To end the service, Ibrahim read an extract from the Quran in Arabic and Safa read out the translation in English.

A big thank you to Emma from BBC Look East who came to cover our Inter-Faith Remembrance Service for the BBC Look East News.

Here is footage of our poppy planting on Thursday 10th November 2016

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