School News

Remembrance Day Service

12th November 2021

At 11a.m on the 11th November, Dr Brookes led the whole school in our annual act of remembrance in front of the war memorial. Staff, students and guests of honour, who included the brother of Old Savilian Captain Martin Driver who died after being wounded in Afghanistan, were united in a minute’s silence to honour those who have died in war.

Earlier that day, the head of sixth form, Mr Rees, had delivered a very touching assembly which focused on the effects of conflict around the globe and it was clear that those who attended the service were engaged in their own act of remembrance. Listening to James Smith play the haunting tones of the Last Post added to the poignancy of the moment and as the school gathered with heads bowed, it was very much a moment for all to reflect on those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

 

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