The Thomas Hardye School

Thomas Hardye Remembers.

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The sun shone on Thomas Hardye's Remembrance Day Commemoration today and, as usual, our students shone with the respect and dignity they showed in this annual event.

Every year we are so proud that there is not a sound to be heard during the two minutes silence. This is from more than 2000 young people and our students never let us down with this. They also listen with great respect and attention, as the names of past students who lost their lives in armed service are read out.

Readings today were by Alice Padgett, Olena Milan, Joe Smith, Liv Mallows, Sam Winstanley, Millie Fermeux, Leah Miller, Dom Nugent. The trumpet for the last post was played by Tom Stevens.

Our army and Air Force CCF marched up Queen’s Avenue to begin the event and wreaths were laid by students at the school gates. Our staff and students can be proud that this important day is always commemorated so well by the Thomas Hardye School.

 

 

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November 2019