Students went to the Fitzalan Howard Day Centre to spend the day working with disabled people.
Ten pupils from Worthing High School visited the day centre, in Pavilion Road, and supported service users with a trip to the park, sensory work, cooking and one student even played guitar.
The group were mentored by Worthing Scope staff who taught them different aspects of day services including how to use a mobile hoist.
Pauline Fox, chief executive of Worthing Scope, said: “As part of their studies, enrichment day offers the students an opportunity to engage with and show support to people in the community.
“They really went all out this year. The group that came seemed to have more skills than their predecessors. They’re not only here to see what we do, they come here to learn.”