Lest we forget
Chase Bridge marked Remembrance on the 11th November. Annual commemorations such as this are given an added poignancy in the wake of not only the sad events in Paris last weekend, but also in other parts of the world in recent weeks – another time when we all come together and reflect on conflict and the impact that it has, not just on families, but all of us. Year 6, as always, were present at the Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall and took part in the Remembrance Service there. We were very proud of Josi in 6F, pictured below, who read Anthem for Doomed Youth, by Wilfred Owen, in the course of the service.
Meanwhile the busy life of Chase Bridge continues – a big thank you to the Friends of Chase Bridge who have been working very hard running the very popular children’s discos; organising the school photos for siblings; and organising the mufti day in preparation for the Christmas Fair (don’t forget – from 5.30-7.30 on Friday 4th December!).
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The photographs at the top of this page are some of our favourites from last year at Chase Bridge - we hope you enjoy them.K
Pictured below, Josi from year 6 at the Remembrance Service at Kneller Hall this week. Josi read Anthem for Doomed Youth by Wilfred Owen.