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Esteem and Educate Every Child
The Saltash Mayfair has asked Military Kids Club Heroes to join in the Parade of Youth at the Saltash Mayfair on Saturday 5th May.
We need to assemble at the Saltash Guildhall at 0930 for a prompt 0945 start. We will parade up Fore Street and into Longstone Park. We will have a Standard Bearer to lead the group of MKCH so it would be fantastic to see as many children as possible joining in.
We appreciate that some children will want to parade with Cubs, Brownies etc but it would be really encouraging for the children to get together in a supportive group and show the town that although there are various branches of MKCH we are still 'Together As One'.
Please let Mrs Dunbar know if your child is planning to attend.
Here at Bishop Cornish we recognise that there can be unique challenges for young people and families of those who serve in our Armed Forces.
In 2015 the school joined the Military Kids Club Heroes, a national support group for the children of service men and women and their relatives, which works alongside the RBL. In Saltash and Plymouth there are opportunities for families to get together and for a range of different events. We also encourage children to attend the formal parades.
The MKC Heroes in Saltash have a standard which pupils from the Saltash Schools carry.
At Bishop Cornish we have a MKC Heroes group that meets weekly. Mr George and Miss Edlin run this lunchtime club for our younger children from Reception to Year 3. We will be developing this provision over the next few years.
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