A TEXTILE wall-hanging is being created as part of centenary celebrations at Birkby Junior School.
Artist Nikki Gregg is helping children produce the work.
She is asking for help from local people who may have photographs or information about the school’s last 100 years.
The school opened in March 1908 as a single-sex school on the same site, using all the buildings which now form part of Birkby and Fartown Community Centre.
The school, which has its main entrance at Mead Street, Fartown, went co-educational in the early 1960s.
The wall-hanging will include ten fabric pictures – one for each decade of the school – which will be sewn together to form the display.
Ms Gregg, who is based at Bates Mill at Queen Street South, Huddersfield, said: “I would like to hear from anyone who has memories of the school or any pictorial records or information from the last 100 years, particularly early material.
“I am very interested in finding out more about staff and former pupils and if anyone can tell me who the first headmaster of the school was.”
Anyone who can help can contact Nikki Greg on 01484 454369.