Royal Hospital School Pupils’ mark of solidarity and respect

09 Dec 2015

Two Royal Hospital School pupils, Isabelle Williams and Rosy Trewin Marshall were particularly saddened by the atrocities that hit Paris last week and they started to think about all the global issues that have caused pain, distress and misery across the globe. As senior pupils at RHS, they felt they should do something about raising awareness and formulating a mark of respect.

On Monday the girls led a campaign that started with a talk in assembly to encourage pupils to write a small message of comfort on a piece of paper. They received 320 messages which they plan to send to the foreign office in the hope that they will be sent on to the suffering nations.

A wonderful display of solidarity.