ACTIVE pupils at a Skelmanthorpe school have won a national award for their efforts.
St Aidan's First School is one of 330 schools to be presented with the Activemark award.
The award recognises efforts to keep pupils active and fit.
It also shows the school has promoted the benefits of physical activity and sport throughout school.
Awarded by Sport England the theme of the Activemark is to "Get Active, Stay Active."
Sport England's acting chief executive Roger Draper congratulated the school on its achievement.
"The school has shown a dedication to bring PE and sport to the fore of the school's focus and have encouraged their pupils to be active both in and out of lessons," he said.