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Staff and students at Poltair School marked the centenary of World War One with assemblies of reflection and a two minute silence on Tuesday. Students Ben Bassett and Alice Eade spoke of their experiences on a recent extra curricular trip to the First World War battlefields, and Mr Joe Matta from the Royal British Legion gave students and staff an informative and thought-provoking presentation on the history of the British Legion and the importance of the Poppy Appeal.

Students involved in the Air and Army Cadets wore their uniforms with pride, marching into the assembly. A poster campaign including details of the relatives of staff who have been involved in conflict further provoked thought and discussion around the school.

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That's it, all children and staff back from what has been a great trip to Berlin #proudofpoltair #overandout https://t.co/C0EwNj5SVH
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Message for all parents of pupils on Berlin trip. We have tried texting all numbers. Long delays on M5 mean ETA now 9:30. Apologies
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Poltair School are on the road. On our way home from what has been an unbelievable few days in Berlin #memories #history #amazingpupils
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A very moving tour #sachsenhausen #lestweforget https://t.co/GM427L6FMR