An Aberdeen school has celebrated its 10th anniversary.
Aberdeen’s Polish Saturday School has seen 500 pupils come through its doors during the past decade.
It currently has around 130 pupils from across the city.
Initially, the school was located at St Peter’s Church in the city centre, but with the large number of pupils who attend the lessons, it now runs the weekend sessions at Harlaw Academy and Aberdeen Grammar School. The school has become so successful it has become the biggest Polish Saturday School in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Joanna Schmitz, founder and head teacher, said: “I think the school is extremely important because it helps cultivate our traditions and our language while helping students learn about their heritage.”