Pupils serve lunchtime charity treats

Photographed at their roll a pound stall Leeds Grammar School pupils, from left,: Joe Whitehill-Zeeland (East Keswick), Will Eardley (Harrogate), Tom Morgan (Otley), and Mark Hill (Collingham.)
Photographed at their roll a pound stall Leeds Grammar School pupils, from left,: Joe Whitehill-Zeeland (East Keswick), Will Eardley (Harrogate), Tom Morgan (Otley), and Mark Hill (Collingham.)
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Year Seven pupils at The Grammar School at Leeds used their lunchtimes to cook up a recipe for success for charity shortly before the Christmas break.

The youngsters created their own exciting stalls such as a chocolate fountain, roll a pound and a tombola during a festive fair.

And they raised over £430 in aid of research into Crohn’s disease.

Head of Year Geoff Thompson said: “I am very proud of all the hard work which the pupils have put into making this event such a success.”

The Grammar School at Leeds (GSAL) is a leading independent school for boys and girls aged three to 18.

Based at various sites in Leeds, it has 2,200 students and employs around 450 workers, and attracts pupils from across the Wetherby News readership area.