ALL 240 children at a Huddersfield school took part in a sponsored skip.
The skip-in was to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.
Some of the pupils at Christ Church Woodhouse Junior, Infant and Nursery School at Deighton are seen taking part.
Fruit kebabs and home-made smoothies were on the menu at the school as pupils celebrated health and fitness.
They took part in a Healthy Day, devoted to topics related to health and wellbeing.
The eight classes organised different activities, including cooking, exercise and hygiene.
"The school devoted the whole day to health and the children really enjoyed the range of activities," said teaching assistant Abegail Shaw.
Pc Dave Collett talked to the children about road safety.
There was also a visit from the school nurse and a local dentist, who spoke about how children should care for their teeth and brush them.
Children at the school's breakfast club made a healthy start to the day, with either porridge or bran flakes.