Bangor Grammar pupils report on their school's sacrifice in World War One

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Pupils at Bangor Grammar School in County Down have been investigating their school's sacrifice during World War One.

The School Reporters learned that almost a quarter of the pupils from the school who served in the conflict were killed in action.

The school's archivist also presented the pupils with a very special war medal.

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