Remembrance Day Assembly

Friday, 23 November 2012 From Issue Vol. XX No. 47 By  Mark Beales Photos by Ritche Guisona

Garden International School held a special Remembrance Day assembly to remember those who have died in armed conflict around the world.

The whole school came together on November 9 to mark the occasion. Students, teachers and staff wore poppies as a sign of respect for those who have given their lives.

Principal Dr Stuart Tasker led the assembly, explaining the significance of Remembrance Day and the reason why people wear poppies at this time of year.

Students then listened to The Last Post and stood for a minute’s silence. Berenice in Year 8 and IB1 student Yogesh then read out two well-known poems related to war - ‘For the Fallen’ and ‘In Flander’s Fields’.

GIS is based in Ban Chang, near Pattaya.

A minute’s silence was led by Principal Dr Stuart Tasker. A minute’s silence was led by Principal Dr Stuart Tasker.

Even the youngest students from GIS paid their respects at a special assembly. Even the youngest students from GIS paid their respects at a special assembly.

All students and staff from GIS took part in a special Remembrance Day assembly. All students and staff from GIS took part in a special Remembrance Day assembly.

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