Gas masks, uniforms and even an old gramophone helped bring the realities of life on the home front during World War 2 to Crossley Fields pupils.
Darren Birchall, an expert in the war, visited the school last month taking with him a range of artefacts to show year 4 pupils, who have been learning about the period since Christmas.
The children showed Mr Birchall the school’s Anderson shelter, that was specially built in the grounds.
Year 4 leader Hannah Lord said: “He was really impressed, and the children had a fantastic real life learning experience using authentic artefacts from the period of history.
“They’ve really enjoyed the entire project, taking on extra homework and research.”
Mr Birchall is pictured with year 4 pupils Alex Smith, Haleemah Anwar, Ruqaayyah Ileyas and Muhammad Rehan.