Over the past month Y4 Amber have been completing a PSHE project called The Small Steps to Peace. This project was founded by Tim Parry’s parents after the Warrington bombings. Throughout the project we have learnt what peace means to us, how to deal with conflict in a suitable manner and have been more open about problems we have faced and how we overcame them.
Due to all this hard work, on Friday we were invited to the Peace Centre to graduate from the project to celebrate all our hard work.
We had a lovely day out. It began by listening to a PSHE story about rumours and misconceptions of people which was very eye opening! We then went on to have a ‘picnic’ style lunch and then straight after we got kitted out to graduate.
The ceremony itself was lovely. We began by asking Tim Parry’s parents any questions we had about the project or the bombings themselves. Then when our names were called we stood up and had a round of applause off everyone and shook hands with Tim Parry’s dad himself. He congratulated us personally and said how well we had done.
Well done Amber class it was a beautiful day! We were even complimented by the bus driver on how well behaved we were and the Peace Centre said we were the best behaved school there! Fantastic!