The annual Vinehall Remembrance Service is always a moving occasion, but this year’s was a particularly poignant service in honour of the centenary of the beginning of WW1.  Pupils had researched service personnel who fought for their country and made a wonderful array of poppies as tribute to their sacrifice.  To a backdrop of images of the spectacular installation at the Tower of London, the Year 8 pupils led a service of prayer and music, and the School’s new Assistant Bursar, Squadron Leader Caroline Would (ret’d), gave a fascinating account of her career before leading the senior pupils to lay the wreaths.