Primary schools come together to pay respects to victims of Brussels attacks

Staff and children from Anthony Curton primary school and Tilney All Saints primary school paying th

Staff and children from Anthony Curton primary school and Tilney All Saints primary school paying their respects to the victims of the Brussels terror attacks. - Credit: Archant

Children and staff from the sister schools of Anthony Curton Primary in Walpole St Peter and Tilney All Saints Primary stood in silence at to pay their respects in the wake of the recent attacks in Brussels.

The two schools came together in silence on Wednesday March 23 to remember the victims of the terrorist attacks in the Belgian capital, which killed over 30 people on Monday (21).

Head teacher, Anne Senior, said, “Our daily lives in our two Church schools are based on the Christian values of love, tolerance and support, and all too often recently, we as adults, have to support our children in making sense of some of the terrible things that touch their lives.”


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