We Will Remember Them | New video

This week at Exeter Cathedral School we have been marking Armistice Day through collective acts of remembrance.

We are pleased to share with you ‘We Will Remember Them’ – a new video made to help us reflect on those we are remembering, which includes current Year 8 pupils here at Exeter Cathedral School:


The service

On Thursday morning we gathered at Exeter Cathedral to mark Armistice Day as a school – the service led by Bishop Martin.
One of our choristers, Dominic M, played ‘The Last Post’, followed by ‘Reveille’, which was played by the Headmaster, Mr Featherstone.
You can watch our chorister, Dominic M, playing the ‘The Last Post’ by clicking here, via BBC Spotlight
Amongst a reading of Siegfried Sassoon’s moving poem ‘Aftermath’, and Gabriel Fauré’s Pie Jesu sung by the Choristers of Exeter Cathedral School, the service was filled with a profound sense of stillness and peace as we took time to remember.



Year 2 marked Armistice Day by watching a slideshow about what this important day is and why we observe it, followed by a reading of the book ‘Where the Poppies Grow’ by Hilary Robinson and Martin Impey. Afterwards, the children painted poppies before marking the two minutes silence at 11.00.


“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.” – Matthew 5:4

14 November 2021
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