Thousands of people have visited Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red, the poignant remembrance display of ceramic poppies filling the moat at the Tower of London.
Pupils at Northfleet School for Girls were so inspired by Paul Cummins's installation they decided to create their own version.
Theresa Davies, school business manager, said: "The art teacher went to see the installation and between them the girls decided to recreate it.
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"It started in breakfast club but soon spread to lunch club and homework club. It's not just something you can put together in a few hours. The girls have been using every spare moment to make them."
The ceramic flowers take four days to complete.
Each one is formed by hand from clay and fired in the school's kiln, before being attached to a wooden stem and painted.
A total of 101 finished poppies have been placed around the school's magnolia tree, producing a carpet of red.
Mrs Davies said: "It's certainly giving it a very vibrant appearance. It's also drawn people's attention to the Tower of London display and prompted some to go and visit."
The ceramic poppies have also been placed in vases around the school, and today will feature in the school's remembrance service.
Pupils at Northfleet School for Girls create ceramic poppy display
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