Armistice Day 2020
In 2020 we pay tribute to the men and women of the Second World War, the sacrifice of the Armed Forces community from Britain and the Commonwealth. We pay tribute to the special contribution of families and of the emergency services and we acknowledge innocent civilians who have lost their lives in conflict and acts of terrorism and to those of today’s, who have served and sacrificed to defend our nation.
We also remember the collaboration of the Commonwealth and Allied nations who stood shoulder to shoulder then to secure our freedom and the communities coming together today to protect us all.
Today at 11am, #TeamHaringey6 took part in a 2-minute silence to honour those who serve to defend our democratic freedoms and way of life.
Our alarm sounded at 1055 and we all prepared to observe the silence at 11am whether in the classrooms or in communal areas by listening to a reading of ‘Flanders Field’ read by our Student Union President, Jasmine East.
Russ Lawrance, CEO said “Respect is one of our key college values we at #Teamharingey6 every year on 11 November to mark the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany, we normally do this on mass but this year we have done it in every classroom and common area of the college so proud of all the staff and students we are so much #MoreThanACollege”
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