PUPILS at a Glasgow secondary paid tribute to fallen heroes by creating a Remembrance garden.
Youngsters from first to fourth year at Bellahouston Academy held a ceremony in their edible garden ahead of tomorrow's Armistice Day and events on Sunday.
As part of the personal, social and health education programme, the youngsters have been making poppies and writing poems.
The pupils laid a plaque in the garden with the assistance of Staff Sergeant Dave Collie, of the Royal Military Police, who works in the Army Careers Office, Paisley.
Staff Sergeant Collie said: "It is great to see young people wearing their poppies and remembering those who have made – and those who continue to make – the greatest sacrifice for the freedom of others."
The pupils planted their poppies beside real poppies and were congratulated on their work by head teacher Ian Anderson.
Mr Anderson said: "It is very important our young people understand what Remembrance Day signifies and I am very proud of their hard work and dedication on this project."