Children at St Gregory’s Catholic Primary School in Margate have marked the 100 years since the end of World War One.
Pupils across the school have been learning about a range of topics linked to the period of conflict.
Everyone in the school has painted a poppy onto a stone and these have been cemented into a pathway of remembrance to celebrate the lives of the 444 soldiers from Margate who took part in the war.
An exhibition was held at the school on Thursday (November 8) to share the children’s learning. Vice Chairman of the Royal British Legion for Kent David Harris was one of the guests at the event. He said the artwork was ‘wonderful.’