Enterprising students at Salterhebble Primary School used their business brains to raise cash for a marathon runner.
Martin Haigh, owner of Brighouse-based trianing company Latitude7, asked the school to help him raise cash for his marathon run in aid of the charity Whizz-Kidz.
Mr Haigh, a business partner of the school, gave each class a business loan of £50 to create enterprising ideas to turn a profit.
Projects included a French fashion show, fun run, toy stall and creating DVDs - and the school managed to raise £2,100.
Mr Haigh said: “I was confident the chidlren would run successful mini enterprises but am absolutely staggered by the amount raised.”
Headteacher Belinda Kerfoot-Roberts added: “It was was an ideal opportunity to use the skills for a real purpose; raising money for such a worthy charity.”