“We will remember them” – marking Remembrance Day at Restorative

This Friday, on the 11th of November, at 11am, we will be marking our remembrance with a two-minute silence at our Restorative SCS head office and across all our homes and supported accommodation settings.

Remembrance Day, also known as Armistice Day, is an opportunity for us all to come together to remember the people who have died, as a result of wars, around the world.

Young people in all our settings will have the chance to learn what Remembrance Day is about and how significant the day is with its two-minute silence, marking the day World War One ended at 11am, on the 11th day of the 11th month, in 1918.

We respect everyone’s right to carry out their own act of remembrance in their own way, and young people will be encouraged to express their remembrance personally if they wish. The occasion is an opportunity to be thankful to those who served to defend our democratic way of life and unites us across our many different faiths, backgrounds and cultures. In paying tribute to the service and sacrifice of the armed forces from Britain and the Commonwealth, and acknowledge those who lost their lives, “we will remember them”.


“Learning about Remembrance Day at school, the two residence of Micklemoss House created this window display to remember those who sadly died as a result of conflict and war”