PUPILS at a village school have been getting creative with building bricks.
A 'Lego Themed day' was staged at St Edward's First School in Cheddleton for the Year One and Year Two classes at the Hollow Lane school.
The Lego sessions were hosted by Roger Garside from Cheshire.
Danielle Rawle, at the school, said: "Our current topic is about the 1960s and Roger explained to the children that Lego was first bought from Denmark to England in the early 60s.
"The children learned that Lego means 'play well'.
He bought with him 66,000 pieces of Lego for the children to work with."
Anne Hordern added: "He showed them how to first build houses with doors, windows, roofs and then gardens.
"They then went on to build other features of the village like swimming pools, churches, post offices and various vehicles.
"Some parents came to join their children in this event and everyone had a fab time working together.
"Finally all the buildings were put together with roads to make a complete village."