Royal Navy pilot lands helicopter in grounds of his old school in Yorkshire

It was a careers talk with a difference.

Thursday, 14th December 2017, 11:14 am
Updated Thursday, 14th December 2017, 11:20 am
A rainbow can be seen in the background as the helicopter lands on the rugby pitch

Lieutenant Luke Wraith, a Royal Navy pilot, landed a 15-tonne helicopter in the grounds of Tadcaster Grammar School this week.

The naval officer returned to his old school to speak to current sixth formers about careers in the armed forces.

The chopper landed in the playing fields.

A rainbow can be seen in the background as the helicopter lands on the rugby pitch
The Royal Navy helicopter landed in the grounds of Tadcaster Grammar School
The chopper landed on the school playing fields
Staff and pupils await the special visitor
Lieutenant Luke Wraith grew up in Tadcaster
Pupils meet Lt Wraith and his crew
A rainbow can be seen in the background as the helicopter lands on the rugby pitch
The Royal Navy helicopter landed in the grounds of Tadcaster Grammar School
The chopper landed on the school playing fields
Staff and pupils await the special visitor
Lieutenant Luke Wraith grew up in Tadcaster
Pupils meet Lt Wraith and his crew