PUPILS at Honley High School skipped to help save lives.
Sixty Year 7 and 8 students took part in the sponsored skip to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.
They spent two hours non-stop skipping in a variety of styles, including individual, group and relay skipping.
PE teacher Gemma Collett said: “We decided to do skipping because it’s a great way of staying fit and healthy and it’s something we’ve been doing in our PE lessons.
“They had a really good time raising money for the charity and we will definitely be looking at doing something similar in the future.”
The students have raised about £1,000, all of which will go to the British Heart Foundation.
The charity funds research, education, care and awareness campaigns aimed at preventing heart disease.