Diamond jubilee polo shirts for pupils at St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School, Clayton

Pictured (from left) are pupils Ellie Castleden, Laxmi Rai, Thomas Kehoe, Rhiannon Menic, Kaden Henry and Katie Monaghan with Catherine Horn (back left) of the Leo Group, and teacher Madeleine Bannister

Pictured (from left) are pupils Ellie Castleden, Laxmi Rai, Thomas Kehoe, Rhiannon Menic, Kaden Henry and Katie Monaghan with Catherine Horn (back left) of the Leo Group, and teacher Madeleine Bannister

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Children from a Bradford school are putting their shirts on its diamond jubilee year being in a class of its own.

St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School, in Clayton, is to clothe all 256 pupils in a commemorative polo shirt with the help of a local company.

The Leo Group, which operates the Omega Proteins factory at Denholme, donated £1,500 from its Community Fund.

The school’s Sharon Langford, said: “The money gives us the opportunity to present every child and some staff with a special polo shirt in gold – set to become our new colour – and with the new St Anthony’s school badge embroidered on.”

 

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