Floods latest - pupils lend a helping hand

Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Non uniform dat St Andrew's Junior School, Brighouse.
Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Non uniform dat St Andrew's Junior School, Brighouse.

Kind-hearted pupils joined together to raise money for those affected by the devastating floods which swept through Calderdale over Christmas.

From non-uniform days and bake sales to a huge map of Calderdale filled with coins, children went above and beyond to do their bit.

Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Dave Fleet and Kyran Lewis, aged 13 and 14, with their chocolate cake auction at Calder High School, Mytholmroyd.

Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Dave Fleet and Kyran Lewis, aged 13 and 14, with their chocolate cake auction at Calder High School, Mytholmroyd.

Ravenscliffe High School and Sports College held a dress down day and managed to raise £680 for flood-hit schools.

St John’s Primary Academy in Clifton also held a non-uniform day and a cake stall.

Plenty of sweet treats were on offer, including a fantastic cake depicting a fireman walking through flood water next to a collapsed Elland Bridge.

The school’s effort raised a fantastic £120.60 which will now be donated to flood affected schools in Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. Calder High School students in Mytholmroyd also held a cake sale to raise funds.

Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Matilda Tindal, aged seven, at St John's Academy, Clifton.

Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Matilda Tindal, aged seven, at St John's Academy, Clifton.

St Andrew’s Infant School, Brighouse, took part in the non-uniform day for flood-hit schools and raised £235.87.

Bailiffe Bridge Junior and Infant School collected £216.20 and Woodhouse Primary School, Brighouse, filled a huge map of Calderdale with coins and managed to raise £846. This money will now be donated to the Calderdale Flood Relief Appeal.

Bowling Green Primary School, Stainland, proposed the non-uniform day to help flood-hit schools. The idea soon spread across Calderdale and a massive £6,300 has now been raised.

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Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Edward and Lola Freakley, aged seven and nine, with their Elland Bridge cake at St John's Academy, Clifton.

Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Edward and Lola Freakley, aged seven and nine, with their Elland Bridge cake at St John's Academy, Clifton.

Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Olivia and Lily Lorraine, aged nine and five at St John's Academy, Clifton.

Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Olivia and Lily Lorraine, aged nine and five at St John's Academy, Clifton.

Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Pupils at Woodhouse Primary School, Daisy Rd, Brighouse collect coin on a map.

Calderdale school fund raise for the flood victims. Pupils at Woodhouse Primary School, Daisy Rd, Brighouse collect coin on a map.