Kind pupils at Slough's Khalsa Primary School have been donating gifts to give to London's homeless.

Raminder Vig, who is principal at the school in Wexham Road, said: "At this time of year as we look forward to holidays and spending time with our families there are many people who are vulnerable and require support. This is especially important to our school as it is part of the school ethos Vand Chakko which means to share with those in need, with love and without discrimination."

Pupils helped fill 100 bags with items including, hats, gloves, thermal socks, lip balm, hand sanitisers, wipes and chocolate. A supply of sleeping bags were also purchased to help ensure that on a cold winter's night a vulnerable individual could still benefit from the contents of a 'bag of warmth'.

The items were then hand delivered  yesterday to the Glass Door Homeless Charity in Chelsea, London last Thursday.