On Monday 10th November 2014, Joseph Swan Academy held a Remembrance Respect Day.

A range of activities happened across the Academy to help to remember and to understand the work that the armed forces still do today.

These ranged from Boot Camp, a physically exhausting physical training session to The Defence Medical Services who discussed the vital work that they do with veterans who need prosthetic limbs and intensive physiotherapy to help veterans adapt to life after armed service.

There was also a full size spitfire in the car park and The Education Network was delighted to be able to sponsor one of the many exhibitions that they held that day to help us to remember those who have fallen in conflicts over the past 100 years.