Youngsters at Methley Primary School had loads of flan-flinging fun when they held a cream pie fight to raise cash for Leeds General Infimary’s cancer ward.
Children from year six decided to hold the event after two pupils at the school have been treated for cancer at the hospital, raising about £80.
Tim Smith, teacher, said the event was to raise awareness and money about cancer. He added: “The children came up with the idea of a cream pie fight themselves and they had loads of fun – although it didn’t last long.”
The cream pie fight was the culmination of work pupils have been doing on the Go Givers project, which saw them pick a cause they wanted to support and raise awareness of.