PRIMARY school pupils turned into construction workers for an enterprising project in Horton.

Youngsters built an entire town out of lego during Horton Primary School’s business and enterprise week.

Brick by brick, they designed schools, hospitals, houses and even a few pubs with the help of Team Building Workshops, from Stockport.

Headteacher Jane Leo said: "It was amazing and it really helped them think about what makes a community.

"They had to consider where people are going to live, go to school, police stations and the church which is a big part of our community."

As part of the business week, pupils also came up with original inventions to present to a panel in a Dragon’s Den format. Mixed groups were also given £10 and told to double their money in a challenge similar to those dished out by Sir Alan Sugar in the Apprentice.

"Groups grew plants, made CDs, homemade lemonade and decorated pebbles which they sold in school at the end of the week," said Mrs Leo. "All the money raised will go to a toilet twinning programme at a school in Burundi in Africa."