PUPILS, staff and parents at a Bradford primary school celebrated the opening of a state of the art games area on Friday.

Clayton Village Primary School had secured £80,000 funding from the Garfield Weston Foundation last year to pay for its new multi use games area.

A variety of different sports can be played on the new pitches, and will allow pupils to have a much wider PE curriculum.

Pupils have patiently watched as the facilities were built over the last few months, and their patience paid off at the opening event.

The ribbon was cut by chair of governors Penelope Silson on Friday morning, before children took to the games area to take part in aerobics events. Visitors were then given a tour of school facilities.