Fifty-eight children from Colham Manor Primary School, in Violet Avenue, Hillingdon, attended a session on Wednesday, December 3, followed by 30 pupils from Whitehall Infant School, in Cowley Road, Uxbridge, on Friday, December 5.
They learned how to sign words and phrases such as 'snowman' and 'Happy Christmas', and also decorated gingerbread men during the half-day sessions.
The 'Be Brunel' activities were run by student volunteers at the university in Kingston Lane, Uxbridge.
Leon Evans, vice president for community welfare for the Union of Brunel Students, said: “Be Brunel is a really important event that we put on, as it is about giving back to the community and giving local children the opportunity to experience what it is like being on a university campus and using the facilities that we are privileged to be able to use.
“Our student volunteers had a great time and probably enjoyed being able to get involved with activities designed for small children. We’d like to thank our contacts at the schools as we couldn’t have put on the session without them. We look forward to putting on a similar event in the spring.”