At 11.00am on 11 November in 1918 four years of fighting on the Western Front came to a close. Since that moment, 11 November has been a day to commemorate the sacrifice of the millions who died in the world’s first global conflict. Remembrance Day is an opportunity to pay respects to those Australians who have died in service to our country since World War 1. On Monday 11 November 2019 we remembered, at the Carmel School Remembrance Day service, those who have died or suffered for Australia’s cause in all wars and armed conflicts. Jake R, Annael K, Lara H, Michael S and Dani C conducted the service, selecting poignant poems and letters to present to the school in this service. Their readings gave the school context, reflection and insight into the importance and meaning of the day’s minute of silence.