Fair Field Junior School in Radlett have created a piece of artwork to mark a significant part of their history.
Fair Field remained open to the children of key workers during lockdown – a fact they are “incredibly proud” of.
When the school first reopened on June 1, every child and member of staff who was able to attend school added tiles to a piece of artwork to commemorate the unique time.
The artwork has now been displayed proudly outside the main entrance of the school.
A spokesperson for the school said: “Throughout lockdown, the school remained open to our key worker children. We wanted to create a piece of artwork to commemorate this piece of living history.
“One of our teachers, Mrs Abrahams, led the project, which we proudly display outside the main entrance of the school. The children and staff of Fair Field feel incredibly proud of this and hope for many years to come we can look at this artwork to remember this time, when the world around us changed.”