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Lest we Forget?

In Global Perspectives (GP) this week, students examined the perennial issue of the commemoration of the war dead in their lessons, especially with the issue of the wearing of commemoration poppies for Remembrance Sunday (11.11.18).

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Our Year 10 GP students are learning how to form balanced and objective reports, considering all viewpoints and sound sources of evidence. This week's lesson was tied into Remembrance Sunday on the theme of Global Confilct and involved them looking at the modern day opinions on poppy wearing, and what it symbolizes for elder and younger generations. Students each wrote their own written piece and the aim was that the best story went in to this week's newsletter.

The winner this week, after mutual agreement with an objective party, is Alexia V. with her story on how poppies are peaceful or maybe becoming more problematic in a modern day world. Thanks to all students who entered the competition.

Please click on the PDF file below to read Alexia's story.

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Head of Humanities, KS3 - IB Geography.