Highland Council press release:
A Nairn Primary school will open its doors to the public today (Wednesday 23 March 2016) to showcase their pupils’ work on the First World War.
Rosebank Primary School on Nairn’s Academy Street will be open to the public from 9:30am till 2:30pm.
Anne Bryce, Deputy Head Teacher explained: “The whole school has been working on a World War 1 commemoration project involving every child and family in the school, from nursery to Primary 7.
“In collaboration with project workers from Fort George, the project is culminating with a showcase of the children’s work which is open to the public on Wednesday 23 March from 9:30am till 2:30pm.
“There will be lots of interesting stories of how families were affected by the First World War and the feelings of this current generation of children documented.
“The showcase and whole school event which has been coordinated by Linsey Matheson is well worth a visit and we look forward to seeing folks attend.”
At least Scottish history is taught in schools now. I wonder if the young people are taught as to what a shocking waste of human life war is?
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