Pupils and parents at Sowerby Bridge Village Primary School enjoyed a scorcher of a summer fair.
It was no average day at the school for pupils as children enjoyed activities including pony rides on the school’s playing field as well as jumping around on a bouncy castle, and creative face painting.
The mayor of Calderdale coun Ann Martin was there to officially cut the ribbon on the school’s orchard which was planted earlier this year.
Guests enjoyed performances by pupils who danced with rhythm sticks and in street style.
Headteacher Mrs Lynsey Mitchell said: “Sowerby Village pupils represented the school well with some fabulous performances which entertained our visitors.
“It was lovely to see staff, pupils, family and friends having fun together on such a sunny weekend, all made extra special by the Mayors visit and the grand opening of our orchard.”
Reverend Jeanette Roberts, St Peter’s Church, Sowerby, said “It was a wonderful day, full of colour and happiness.”
The event was organised by the Parents, Teachers and Friends Group. The next event will be Mark’s Magic Show on July 9 at 6.15pm.