Two of our classes showed great initiative and creativity by making and selling their own remembrance poppies to raise money for the Poppy Appeal.
Class 2 crafted their own impressive poppies by hand, and class 3 then sold them to raise money for the fund which supports current and former military personnel.
It was a great example of the teamwork and communication that is encouraged amongst learners, and again showed how well they are able to take charge of projects when given responsibility.
With Teaching Assistant Katie formerly with the RAF and Bradley's dad having been in the Royal Green Jackets for seven years, this was a cause very close to our hearts and learners really got behind it to do their bit.
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