Students and staff have held the annual remembrance day service this year. The service, as usual, was run by Mr Howell, Mr Stevens and a few sixth form students.
One student from every class in the school attended the service, where prayers, poems and passages were read out, a wreath was laid and crosses were placed neatly in the grass by the Emmaus Centre to honour those who have fought and those who have died in war and conflict for this country.
At 11am the whole school stood for a two minutes silence before the last post was played by a bugler.
The class representatives then returned from the service with readings and prayers for each class.
The service this year was even more poignant, considering all the wars and unrest happening around the world.