ALMONDBURY Junior School held an ‘Enterprise Day’ – and Huddersfield Town’s Andy Booth, along with the Play-Off Trophy, was turned into a money-making machine by the pupils!
One of Town’s official School Partners, Almondbury Junior organised the day to get students thinking about different ways of making money to raise funds for the school to spend on equipment.
Booth took along the Play-Off trophy and the school charged a small fee for anyone to have a photo, with all money generated being reinvested back into the school for the benefit of the pupils.
Town’s ‘Football in the Community’ Department organised a fund-raising penalty shoot-out as part of the day.
Almondbury Junior School’s pupils were taken to Town’s Wembley play-off final against Sheffield United thanks to the funds generated from Dean Hoyle’s bike ride.
Booth said: “The Enterprise Day is a fantastic idea – it really got the kids thinking about the different ways they could make money for their school.
“They obviously take a lot of pride in going to Almondbury Junior School, which is great to see”.