An Aberdeen primary school has taken part in a workshop teaching money skills.
Pupils at Cornhill Primary School have enjoyed the Kickstart Money workshops, led by charity MyBnk, as part of a mission to increase financial capability from a young age.
Councillor Lesley Dunbar said: “This is fantastic initiative that tackles the root cause of some of the most pressing issues in society today.
“It goes right to the heart of tackling a huge issue in Aberdeen and does so at exactly the right time for children.”
Deputy headteacher Beki Bennett said: “The children learned a range of skills relating to their current and future finances and were invited to consider the choices they make.”