A KEIGHLEY school is celebrating a quarter of a century in its present building.

St Andrew's CE Primary will mark the anniversary of its move to the Lustre Street site with a special event later this month.

And as the school prepares for the commemorations, it is appealing for former pupils – who attended when it was based at the bottom of West Lane – to get in touch with their memories.

Old photos are also being sought.

The event – on St Andrew's Day, November 30 – will include a display of old log books and photo albums that have been uncovered, plus a clay bust of a previous headteacher, a Mr Robinson.

Ex-pupils are invited to go along to the school on the day, from 2pm, to view the items. Refreshments will be served.

"Our current pupils are looking through the old log books and photos to help them research the similarities and differences between school life in the past and now," said Gill Higham, the school's business manager.

"The children will present their findings at afternoon worship assemblies on St Andrew's Day.

"We would welcome photos or anecdotes relating to the old building and any memories former students may wish to share about school life prior to our move."

Anyone with items, or wishing to attend the event, is asked to contact the school on office@standrews-primary.co.uk.