On Monday, The Treehouse Gang went to the Forty to pay tribute to those who have fought in wars.

We read poems and had a 2 minute silence. It was because of all those soldiers in WWII who died. The parents all came to watch us, we wore poppies and enjoyed remembering the wonderful people who gave their lives.

The poems we wrote and read were acrostic poems. These poems had ‘REMEMBER’ down the side of our pages, and each line had to start with the next letter of ‘remember’ until the word finished. It was to see who had creative ideas about the war. One of my ideas said: ‘Everywhere around you soldiers are falling’. I got to read mine out at the Forty and was really grateful for every moment of it.

Year 4