The Beacon School has created a beautiful Poppy display to commemorate Remembrance Day.
Pupils and staff worked hard to create over 3,000 individual Poppies which have been used to create a draped display on the front of the main School House building.
The idea was initiated by Miss Michelle Jackson, Head of Art at The Beacon, as a symbol to commemorate the Remembrance Day in honour of the Armed Forces and their families.
The display is visible for all those passing by Amersham Roam and lights up in the evening.
The local community have also donated to the Royal British Legion ‘Poppy Appeal’.
Headmaster at The Beacon, Mr Nick Baker, said: ‘A huge thank you to all our Beacon community for contributing to produce and fit such a powerful Poppy Display, it looks fantastic! A special mention to Michelle Jackson, our Head of Art, for her creative genius and vision.’
More about The Beacon School
The Beacon is an independent Prep School for boys aged 3 to 13 based in Amersham.
The school is set in 16 acres of playing fields, the building are well-resourced and class sizes are kept small.
Pupils are taught the skills they need to thrive throughout their adult lives, along with a lifelong curiosity and love of learning.