An Aberdeen secondary school has won an award for improving and encouraging literacy skills.
Harlaw Academy was recognised as the top performing secondary school in Scotland at the 2018 Renaissance Awards.
Educational establishments are measured on their implementation of best practices for reading and student growth in reading attainment.
Alison Ustun of Harlaw Academy said: “I am so happy to have won this for our school.
“We have so many keen readers in our school – this shows all the hard work they’ve put in.
“We love reading, the school loves reading, we love to see them do their very best and we’re happy this has been recognised.”
James Bell, director of professional services at Renaissance, said: “Good literacy levels are, along with numeracy, the most important skill pupils can learn at school.”