Canadian Students Send Messages of Solidarity to Students in England

” With everything happening in recent times, never forget that you aren’t alone. You have support and love from all around the world.” Michaela, Grade 12 student

“My thoughts and prayers are with those impacted by this horrific act, stay strong.” Jake, Grade 12 student

“My prayers go out to those who lost loved ones in the attack; you are strong and will get through this.” Andrew, Grade 12 student

” My condolences to the people who lost their friends and family members in the terrorist attack. My prayers will go out to you. God bless you guys.” Nayan, Grade 12 student

” I went to London once. I had a good time. I’m sorry to hear something like this happened.” Luke, Grade 12 student

” My sincere regrets for those who have died in the attack. My prayers and thoughts are with the victims.” Emmad, Grade 12 student

“My deepest sympathies go out to those affected in the recent terror attacks. You are in our thoughts and prayers.” Joel, Grade 12 student

“Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sending love from across the world, you are in our hearts!”

“Stay strong in this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers!” Jessica, Grade 11 student

“My prayers will be sent to the victims and their families.” Emil, Grade 12 student

“My condolences to the families of the victims who died in this terrorist attack. God bless you and we will pray for everyone’s safety” Aliyah, Grade 12 student

“I feel nothing but sorrow for the recent terrorist attacks in Manchester. My thoughts and prayers are with you.” Tanner, Grade 12 student

” My thoughts and prayers go out to the families and victims of the recent attack.” Grade 12 student

“I felt so bad the night I heard the news about the terrorist attack in Manchester. I wish I could help you. You will be in my prayers. keep safe and help each other.” Michael, Grade 12 student

“I just want to say my thought and prayers are going out to everyone’s families that are affected by this disaster. Couldn’t imagine what it would be like. Keep strong!” Jeremy, Grade 12 student

” I just want to send my affection; this is such a terrible and sad time. It is sad that someone would harm kids who were just having fun and enjoying their night. My thoughts go our to the parents who have lost their children or someone close to them and to all the people of England. My prayers are with you.”

“This act was inhumane.I share my prayers with you.” Joel, Grade 12 student

“Do not live in fear; it’s what they thrive on.”

“I am saddened about the recent event in England. Stay strong!” David, Grade 12 student

“I pray for your recovery!”

“I send my deepest condolences to those who were harmed in Manchester. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.” Jenna, Grade 12 student

“I am saddened to hear about the recent terrorist attack in Manchester, England. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.” Mrs. McLeod, Teacher

2 thoughts on “Solidarity

    • ‘We are so thankful for your respect and kind words’- Kiera and Toki, Year 9

      ‘Thank you for the support! It was lovely to be able to write back to you all.’ – Amber, Year 9

      ‘It is devastating what happened in Manchester, and it is lovely to know other people care. Thank you!’ – Ellen, Year 10

      ‘It is heartwarming to know other people in the world care for and are concerned about the attack in Manchester. Thank you.’- Lydia, Year 10

      ‘It is nice to know people around the world understand the pain of the Manchester attack.’ – Nicole, Year 10

      ‘The support has been greatly appreciated. When tragic events like this occur it is nice to receive support from around the world. My students appreciated the support and kind words from you all.’ – Miss McLeod, Teacher


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