PUPILS from the 11 schools of the Aireborough Learning Partnership Trust (ALPT) showcased their artistic talents and imaginations during an art exhibition at Trinity Church Hall in Rawdon.

From paintings influenced by the style of Andy Warhol and David Hockney to digital photography and 3D creations, there were a whole host of creations on display.

Well attended by many parents and families, the exhibits interpreted a theme of community and showed what it means to local children.

During the two days of the exhibition, pupils from each of the schools worked on a collaborative collage, which is currently on show in the church hall.

ALPT chairman, Alison Anslow, said: “The ALPT schools are at the heart of our community and this was the first occasion of its type where we have all come together.

"It was wonderful to see the imaginations and skills of our pupils coming to life in the exhibition. The standard was really high and enjoyed by pupils and visitors alike. We very much hope this will be the first of many successful future events.”