Beech Hill Primary school took some year six pupils to the Remembrance service at Luton’s War Memorial on Tuesday, November 11.
The pupils have been writing poems in class, from a soldiers perspective, they read them at the service with the help of children’s author Peter J Murray.
Each year group made a poppy wreath and the year six pupils bought theirs to place on the War Memorial.
Deputy head teacher, Coral Campion, said: “Beech Hill Primary pupils have made some wonderful poppy wreaths that are on display in the school.
“We are very proud of our year 6 pupils who have represented the school to commemorate this special occasion.”
Gary Hawkins, assistant head teacher, said: “We have bought some year 6 pupils down today to commemorate the centenary of the war.
“They did a great job reading their poems that they worked so hard on in class.”