Schools in Jersey and Guernsey have been marking the 100 year anniversary of the end of the First World War.

They have been remembering those who fought in the Great War through special services, artwork and research projects.

Jersey's Victoria College lost 126 of its own during the war. The students have spent weeks handcrafting red poppies to decorate the corridors.

  • WATCH: Our reporter Charlie Frost met an Old Victorian, who's grandfather left the college and signed up in 1914...

Meanwhile in Guernsey, veterans and their families have come together to reflect the impact of the Great War on the island.

  • WATCH: Our reporter Wesley Smith attended a special assembly held at one Guernsey school, which lost 70 of its former pupils and staff in the conflict...