Remembrance Day 

It was with great pleasure that I was able to attend the Chiang Mai Remembrance Day service, with my grade 9 and 10 drama students, along with A. Jeff, one of his G10 students, A. Liz and A. Linda.  This was an emotive and invaluable opportunity for the young people who attended.  I was touched by their interest, their reflection and the respect and empathy that they demonstrated. This year, it was the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, and there was an exhibition on Airmen and Airwomen who gave their lives for their countries during the Second World War.
Student’s will be using this experience to inform their work in their drama lessons, when exploring the themes of war and conflict and why it is truly important to remember those who have given their lives so that we may have and enjoy ours.  Lest we Forget.
A. Claire Gordon
Drama Teacher

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