RMS for Girls observed Remembrance Sunday with a poignant service held on November 12th in our Platinum Jubilee Hall.
The service, which included readings, hymns, prayers, and reflections, offered a meaningful opportunity for the school community to honour the courageous heroes of the armed forces who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Following the service, a profound two-minute silence and wreath-laying ceremony took place at the School’s War Memorial.
The day’s activities extended to the Sports Hall, where a special performance of Drill unfolded. With over 400 individuals present, including 100 proud Alumnae, there was a real sense of unity and togetherness throughout this special morning.
After the Drill performance, Miriam, Year 8, got the chance to meet Margaret, class of 1947, in person for the first time. The two have been pen pals for over two years. This was a unique and special moment that encapsulated the strength of bond between the RMS community.