On 14th December, the Mayor of Hammersmith and Fulham visited the school to hand out awards to the winners of the competition to commemorate the centenary of World War I.
Students across the borough were invited to enter either an individual or whole class work on the theme of WWI. Students could submit poems, prose or art.
Tabbishe Ibrahimzadeh was one of the winners with his wonderful piece of art which depicts the famous Christmas truce. Year 8 student Alex Sunderland was also a winner with his lovely poem titled “One World”.
Both these pieces were featured in the Remembrance Sunday Order of Service which took place on 11 November at the Fulham War Memorial.
Every piece of work submitted by our students was truly inspirational and we are extremely proud of all our entries.
The Mayor met with all the boys and handed out the awards to the winners. As an extra treat, the Mayor invited the boys outside to look at, and even sit in, her new Tesla!
Thank you Mayor for coming to visit our school, it was such a pleasure to meet you and we are pleased to be able to welcome you back for our ACHIEVE Award Evening in March.