PAINSLEY Catholic College focused on charity work as part of its annual Harvest festival.
Students collected food and distributed it to people in the local community.
More than 100 parcels were distributed to the elderly in the Cheadle area, the feeder parishes of Tean, Uttoxeter, Cotton, Alton, Caverswall, the food bank collection in Cheadle and the Salvation Army organisation.
The festival falls in line with the annual Family Fast Day at Painsley, where some students participated in aa twenty-four hour fast for CAFOD, a charity committed to helping developing countries.
The school raised more than £300 for the cause.
Year Seven students at Painsley Catholic College were also recently presented with a copy of the New Testament from the Gideons' International Society.
A spokesman at Painsley said: "The Gideons' Society distributed the Bibles to help share the Christian message and recognises the importance of placing a Bible into the hands of individuals.
"Each student in Year Seven received a book for their own personal use and new members of staff also received a Bible from Mr and Mrs Egerton."