STUDENTS at Fartown High School are to benefit from a memorial fund.
A new school awards scheme is to be paid for by cash from the Birkby Family Appeal Fund.
It was set up by the Examiner in the wake of the terrible firebomb attack which claimed the lives of eight members of one family.
Now, the memories of those victims - including a girl who went to the school - are to live on.
Tayyaba Bootall, 13, was one of five sisters killed in the attack in May last year.
She had been a student at Fartown and now some of her former classmates have got together to receive money from the appeal fund.
It was handed over by Tayyaba's uncle, Mohammed Shafiq, one of the survivors of the fire at his home in Osborne Road.
He was joined at the presentation by Clr Mehboob Khan, one of the trustees of the appeal fund, and local councillor Deryck Hillas.
The donation is the latest from the appeal fund. Much of the £25,000 that was raised was used to pay for memorial services for the victims in Huddersfield and Pakistan.
But £6,000 has been given to the schools and colleges attended by the fire victims.
Fartown deputy head Guy Edmondson said: "Tayyaba was here for only a short time, but a lot of the students remember her as a quiet, pleasant girl.
"We wanted something in her memory and have decided to fund prizes and trophies for a new awards scheme that we have set up.
"It is not to recognise individual efforts but to mark achievements by student in groups, so that the whole school community can get involved.
"The awards will go to students to mark good behaviour, standards in lessons and campaigns that we have," added Mr Edmondson.
"We also hope to have a permanent memorial to Tayyaba, but the form has yet to be decided."