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Posted 10th November 2020

C for Caring

Tuesday 10th November 

Our theme for assemblies this half term is the C for Caring in our SCARF. We are thinking about all the ways we can each show how much we care and will be remembering that we are never too small to make a difference. We have thought about all the different communities that are important to us, from our class community to the school community and from our home community to the wider neighbourhood, local and national community we live in. We are proud of how the Beckfoot Allerton community has pulled together as one during these difficult times. We would like to thank families for contributing so generously to our collection for the Bradford Food Bank. We know these donations will make a big difference to local families. 

Tomorrow is Remembrance Day. In assembly on Monday, we thought about the significance of this and explored the diversity of soldiers who fought for Great Britain in the World War One. Tomorrow, we will be marking Remembrance Day with a 2 minute silence across school at 11am. Across school, each child has also created a unique poppy which will form part of an art exhibition outside the school gates to share with our local community. A small group of children in Year 1 will also be taking poppies to war memorial in our local park as a memorial to all our fallen heroes. 

Finally, on Friday we will be marking Children in Need by inviting children across school to come to school wearing spots and stripes and bringing a small donation to Children in Need. 

Always, remember you are never too small to make a difference!