HONLEY children went wild for their wildlife project.
The pupils of Honley Junior School, their parents and staff spent a Saturday with shovels and wheelbarrows.
They were moving tonnes of bark into a newly-developed area at the Jagger Lane school, led by Keith Lockwood, acting deputy head teacher, Lennie Smith, site supervisor, Julie Haigh, acting headteacher, and the local business community.
The aim is to improve the school grounds so the children can have exciting and stimulating lessons inside and outside of the classroom.
There are now paths, a pond and a huge table in the area where the children can share what they have found in the woodland with each other.
Mrs Haigh said: “We are trying to create a woodland trail with information boards around the site so that children can learn about the plants and creatures that they see.
“We have had a great response from parents. What we thought would take all morning took no time at all with their help. I would like to thank everybody who gave up their time to support the school.”