Bailiffe Bridge Junior & Infant School

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National Day of Reflection - Tuesday 23rd March 2021

The Marie Curie 'National Day of Reflection' marked 1 year since the first national lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As a school we have reflected on the events of the last 12 months; thinking of those who have lost their lives and their loved ones, the impact of lockdown on our own lives and the inspiration of people who have helped each other through these difficult times. Our focus for the day was one of HOPE - as Captain Tom Moore said ' Tomorrow will be a good day!'

Each class completed their own activities. Reception and Year 1 created flower pictures to display on their classroom windows, Class 2 created more complex flowers pictures and used words of 'hope' to make a poster, Class 3 made 3-d daffodils, Class 4 planted a variety of yellow flowers around a tree at the edge of the field and Classes 5 & 6 thought about the inspiration of Captain Tom Moore, who gave the nation hope during these challenging times and raised millions of pounds for the NHS in doing so.

Take a look at our photographs to see what we did.

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