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Remembrance Day 2018

A poignant and memorable Remembrance Service saw the BSKL community reflect on the impact of war on those bereaved, as well as its legacy on art, music, poetry, and the inspirational acts of courage and human kindness which can occur during humanity’s darkest hours. During the two minute silence, BSKL students and staff remembered those who sacrificed their lives in wars and conflict across the globe.

Students gained an insight into the history of remembrance and took part in a poignant creative movement piece. The children formed a respectful audience throughout the assembly, particularly during our ‘Pause for Peace’. Head of Primary, Mr Sharp emphasised the key message of the assembly when he shared ‘Hope’ by Emily Dickinson. The special event was enhanced by the support of our music department and by performances from the chamber choir and the string orchestra.

Secondary students, Ah Rim Lee and Joshua Andrews, also attended the British High Commissioner's Remembrance Service on Sunday 11th November with Head of Secondary, Mrs Zora and Principal, Mrs Brock. On behalf of the school they laid the wreath of poppies at Tugu Negara.

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Remembrance Art Installation

Students and staff also remembered all of the people affected by wars across the world through a remembrance art installation. 

There are currently only eleven countries in the world that are free from conflict. White poppies recall all victims of all wars, including those that are still being fought today. This includes people of all nationalities. It also includes both civilians and members of armed forces. Today, over 90% of people killed in warfare are civilian.

Representing their thoughts and feelings about war, in an a collaborative installation ‘Make Art Not War’ the children and staff at BSKL each made a poppy displaying one or more words about what war means to them.