PUPILS at Paddock have been taking a trip around the world - without leaving the comfort of their classrooms.
Children at Paddock Junior, Infant and Nursery School have turned their classrooms into different geographical environments - including the Arctic, a volcano rim, a tropical beach and an underground cavern.
All the classes in school have spent weeks building the scenery for their own classrooms - and they are now enjoying their lessons among the unusual surroundings.
Key Stage 2 pupils Jaymi O'Kane, Naveed Javaid, Shaathaa Al-Ismaily, Alexander Dunbar and Moin Hussain are pictured making tropical cocktails in the beach zone.
Pupils are also pictured with a model of a hot air balloon, which they built and hung in the school hall. Children from different classes meet at the balloon to discuss what it would be like to travel the world and see different landscapes.
The whole ties in with the school's creative arts week.
On Thursday and Friday, musicians, dancers and storytellers - including members of Huddersfield theatre group Full Body And The Voice - have been in school, helping to bring the different classroom environments to life.
Key Stage 2 teacher Jean Palmer has organised the project and arts week with fellow teacher Elaine Ratcliffe.
She said: "The children have loved it. It has been hectic but good fun."