Remembrance Day 2020

Remembrance Day 2020

This year at Spalding Academy the remembrance display is for all the soldiers who have fallen whilst fighting for their country. This has been produced in a Covid safe way. 

A variety of students work from this year and previous years have been brought together to create the large display in the West Entrance of the school. 

The display links to the local area as those that have fallen since WWI to Vietnam who were from Spalding are named on the large poppy below the horse. Family members of the Spalding team are also shown for their efforts in different wars including the storming of the Normandy beaches as well. 

If you would like to donate to The Royal British Legion in relation to Remembrance Day for Spalding Academy please donate using the below link:

We thank all our school community that have contributed to this in these difficult financial times.

Spalding Academy once again have been delighted to support Remembrance Day.  All staff and students respected the moments silence at 11.00am impeccably.  Spalding Academy has also raised over £350.00 for The Royal British Legion via a Just Giving page

Students were also invited to attend school in their Cadet’s uniform. Students Aaron Clark, Bobby England and Davis Bordelo all attended school in their Army Cadets uniform with Ashton Grooby attending in his Fire Cadets uniform. These students can be seen in the picture with History Teacher and Head of House Jess Forbes, Assistant Headteacher Ian Billinghurst and Director of Staff Development Lindsay Bamber with a Poppy Wreaths created by Spalding Academy’s Art Department and part of the annual display created by Jess Forbes to commemorate Remembrance Day at Spalding Academy.

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