Pupils have joined forces with architecture students to design their ideal playground.
Children at Danestone Primary are taking on the project with third year students at Robert Gordon University (RGU).
As part of the initiative, the youngsters gave options on what they would like to see in their playground, as well as learning about the planning stage required.
Dr Quazi Zaman, who is leading the class at RGU, said: “We’re working with small groups of Primary 1 to Primary 7.
“We teach them about placemaking in the playground and help to build their confidence as well.
“They ask the students what they would like to see, and then they become part of the design process.
“There’s a lot of engagement.”
Similar projects have been carried out at Robert Gordon’s College and Portlethen Primary. At the end of the project, the school will have designed a playground which they can take to Aberdeen City Council, with the view of installing the equipment at a later date.
It will also help the school to come up with funding, as they have plans to show.
Final designs are to be showcased on April 17 at the school.
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The youngsters have met the students several times, with the first session taking place in February.
Elaine Page, head teacher at Danestone Primary School, said: “Danestone Primary are proud to announce that they are involved in a new project with the students from RGU.
“The plan was for pupils to share their ideas for a new playground design with the students, and then the students to go away and make a range of designs.
“The pupils will then get the opportunity to choose their favourite designs.”