CHILDREN from Moldgreen Community Primary School have been entertaining different groups with their carol singing - including some builders.
The youngsters, aged between eight and 10, sang for the elderly people at Highroyd Nursing Home and Aden Court Nursing Home, both in Moldgreen, and the Kirklees Black Elders group, which meets at St John's Resource Centre, St John's Road, Huddersfield.
Finally they sang to the builders who are constructing their new £4.5m school in The Avenue, Moldgreen.
The children are being taught in temporary buildings on the edge of Ravensknowle Park.
In October all 370 children visited the building site, after representatives from construction firm Willmott Dixon went to the school to talk about their work.
The school's community development officer Lorraine Zito said: "After we had sung for the different groups at the homes we decided to go across to the building site and sing for the builders. I think they liked it. We collected more than £50 for Kirkwood Hospice at Dalton."
Songs included traditional favourites such as Silent Night and Jingle Bells as well as some calypso carols.
"One of the calypso carols is called Christmas Children and the children learned how to do sign language with the words," said Mrs Zito. "They really enjoyed rehearsing and performing."