STUDENTS and staff at Haslingden High School held mini Remembrance services for different year groups when poems were recited and wreathes laid.
A collection of poignant Remembrance rocks had been made by students and their families and art work was created for the school’s Remembrance Garden.
All of the school watched a video of two Year 11 students reading a poem just before 11am and then whole school observed the two minutes’ silence.
Year 7 student Leah Price said: “I felt calm and relaxed but also thankful for what the soldiers did for us. They put their lives on the line to save all of us.”
Year 9 student Jamie English said: “I felt a bit upset because I was remembering my grandad.”
Emily Outhwaite from Year 7, added: “Being part of decorating the Remembrance Garden was a great privilege.
“When decorating the garden, it made me think about how hard all the soldiers worked and how they died for us.”