CEC Students Lead Tribute Assembly for HM Queen Elizabeth II

Following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, pupils at Cowes Enterprise College arranged a tribute assembly, to reflect on her life and reign.

The assembly was led by Cowes Enterprise College’s Sixth Form Lead Students, Nathan and Illeana, who spoke of the Queen and what she meant to young people and to our country.

The assembly involved students from across all year groups including a poetry reading, speeches on the Queen’s early years and her lifetime of service, and students in the Cowes Enterprise College Choir sang covers of ‘Hallelujah’ and ‘Tears in Heaven’.

Students were joined by Piper Mick Barnard who played the bagpipes on entry to the assembly and by the Reverend Stephen Sutcliffe from Newport Minster who gave a final reflection.

Principal, Rachel Kitley, said:

It was an incredibly moving occasion, and we were so touched to see all Cowes Enterprise College students coming together to mourn and reflect. This was a student-led event and we are so proud of our Lead Students and all involved for delivering such a professional and emotional assembly.

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