CET schools created more than 100 powerful artistic displays to honour our war heroes.

The window displays were made to show support for Armistice and Remembrance Day and those who sacrificed their own lives for us.​

Students and pupils were asked to use their skills to collaborate on ‘Poppies in your Window’, displays that reflect unity and hope and show support for the sacrifices made. Some images decorated school premises and others were on display at home.

Display organiser Nic Tweddle said: “We are extremely proud of the thoughtfulness and creativity shown by our young people to show support ‘As One’.

“We are also grateful for the support of families and school staff in embracing so enthusiastically this tribute. We hope the displays will be seen by people right across the county at this poignant time.”

All of CET’s schools – primary, secondary and West Coast Sixth Form – took part.