A model railway set was just one of a number of exhibits during Science Week at a Keighley school.

Pupils at St Anne's Primary School each undertook different projects as part of the national celebration this week.

Several speakers also came to the school to talk about different aspects of science.

Co-ordinator Gary Hall said: "We are trying to get them to do lots of activities and they can set up experiments themselves."

One of the main attractions was a 30-year-old model railway set provided by caretaker Andy Thompson.

Posters were also provided by the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, the National Railway Museum and Hornby.

Mr Thompson said: "The children have learned how circuits are made as regards to model railways.

"They have never really seen something like that and it has created a bit of interest, so it is part of the learning process.

"At the same time it gets a bit of interest in the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway."

The Hornby 00 set, which the caretaker has had since he was six, was on display to pupils at the school all week.