DISABLED youngsters were treated to a day to remember by kind-hearted Huddersfield pupils.
Staff and pupils from Almondbury High School organised a French afternoon to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Huddersfield twinning with the town of Besancon.
Thirty 30 Almondbury pupils and the school's head of languages, Richard Leech, staged the afternoon at Highfields School, Edgerton, to give the disabled children there a summer treat. The event - opened by Kirklees Mayor Clr Margaret Fearnley - was held in the grounds of Highfields School.
It featured a French cafe, music, dancing and art. The youngsters wore red, white and blue.
Highfields teacher Jayne Askew said: "It was a fabulous day and the children loved it.
"This event showed the importance of citizenship and inclusion."
Pupils of both schools are pictured at the celebrations.