Primary seven pupils at St Fergus Primary launched their leavers legacy last month.
Through the programme, pupils identify an area of the school that they feel they can improve for the younger children coming behind them.
The P7 students decided to design games for the playground and on Friday, June 26, the pupils invited parents and guests as they showcased the bespoke games.
Pupils and staff gave their thanks to Total E&P UK for all their support and input throughout the project.
Valuable business advice was given to children in their role as young entrepreneurs as they pitched their design ideas via video link.
Thanks was also given to Alan Mearns of Mearns and Gill for his inspiration in taking the children’s ideas forward to the final design.
The pupils organised and presented a fashion show in order to raise funds for the Legacy.
They were supported fully by St Fergus School Association.
Following the launch, the P7 pupils spent their final week introducing the games to the younger pupils at the school.