Pupils, staff and parents at April Jones' school have created a special area to show their support for the search for the five-year-old.
Youngsters at Machynlleth Primary School have been making heart-shaped messages for April and have also created a collection of artworkto present to April's family.
A school spokesman said: "There is an open book for parents, pupils and staff to note messages of support for April, Coral, her dad Paul, as well her sister Jasmine and brother Harley during this traumatic time.
"There are also scented candles and fresh flowers which creates a quiet, relaxing atmosphere where staff and pupils can contemplate and pray.
"And outside the school boundary fence swathes of pink fabric have also been placed to visibly demonstrate April is in our thoughts and prayers and that we want her back in school as soon as possible."
Detectives investigating the abduction of April Jones have until this afternoon to charge or release murder suspect Mark Bridger.
New photographs of missing five-year-old April Jones have been released by her family, as the search for her continues.
Police have been granted an additional 24 hours to question April Jones murder suspect Mark Bridger.