Pupils at Brackley’s Bracken Leas Primary School decided to get creative for their Armistice display in the schools glass hallway.
The students brought together a whole rage of household objects utilising a number of materials to make the poppies.
Included in the display are poppies that incorporate a mixture of media, textures and skills to create including old bottles, egg boxes, wire, buttons and fabric.
Year 4 teacher and art coordinator Sarah Messer said: “Each year group had a different style of poppy to create and we then combined them and put them up as our school display for the centenary of the end of WWI.
“As a school we are working to improve and enhance art throughout the school. To improve the children’s art skills.”
Year 6 pupils painted the sunset backdrop to the poppy display while the whole school learnt about WWII.
Adam Kavas, Year 3 pupil, said: “I enjoyed doing the little black bit in the middle. Getting bits of black paper and sticking them in the middle.”
Megan Toulson, a Year 6 pupil who helped create the background, said: “We did it from our own experience.”