Remembrance Service - Perrott Hill

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Remembrance Service

Prep pupils came together for a poignant Remembrance Service in St Martin’s Church in North Perrott on Thursday, before Mr McCullough laid our school wreath at the war memorial on the village green. Our sincere thanks to Perrott parent and former Captain in the Scots Dragoon Guards, Charlie MacDermot-Roe L.V.O., gave a thoughtful and inspiring address on what remembrance means to him. He spoke eloquently about two key themes – luck and courage – and left the children with these three key messages: to be grateful for all that you have, to judge others by their deeds rather than the way they look, speak or dress, and to challenge yourself to be the best you can be. Many thanks, too, to our senior choir and instrumentalists, to those staff and pupils who delivered readings and, of course, to the wonderful Reverend Jonathan Morris. After 15 years in the parish, it was his final school service and he will be very much missed. With heartfelt thanks from all of us, Jonathan.

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15th November 2021