Every year at Tamaki we hold an ANZAC ceremony to remember and acknowledge the soldiers who fought in the war.
As a class we created 'gratitude' poppies to join together to make a wreath. We talked about what we were thankful for in our lives and how lucky we were to live in a country without war.
It was a beautiful ceremony and Hope T, Stephney and Carra stood up and read "Flanders Field" by John McCrae. They spoke really well and you could tell the rest of the school was eagerly listening!
After all the classes had presented their wreaths, Room 8 stood by the crosses for a moment of silence to reflect on ANZAC and the soldiers.
Here are some photos from the ceremony.