Staff, parents and children took tea and scoffed sandwiches last week - all in the name of charity.
Tansley Primary School held a tea party in aid of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)
It was a family affair as year five pupil Rebecca Wray served up juice to year four pupil Megan Smith, her mum Lorraine Smith and grandma Winnie Ratcliffe.
And year three pupils Matthew McNee and James Wilmod and year two pupil Joe Neville had a treat of a time as they tucked into tasty sandwiches.
And there was plenty of tuck on offer, with ham, egg and cheese sandwiches, as well as crisps, sausage rolls and salad.
Families and friends also enjoyed tasty fruit squash out in the school playground.
The tea party was part of the NSPCC’s Stop For Tea campaign, which encourages people to get together with their friends, family and colleagues and help end cruelty to children in the UK.
All the proceeds raised at the tea party will go towards the NSPCC’s continuing campaigns.