A north-east school has raised nearly £600 for a cancer support charity.
Insch Primary School has donated the funds to CLAN Cancer Support after taking part in the charity’s Go Purple for CLAN celebrations.
Based in Aberdeen, with centres all across the north-east, the organisation is marking its 35th anniversary this year.
As part of fundraising efforts, pupils and staff wore purple and donated to charity.
A spokeswoman for CLAN Cancer Support said: “Thank you to the pupils, family and staff at Insch Primary School, which raised almost £600 by going purple last week as part of our Go Purple for CLAN celebrations.
“As part of the day, the school also held a special assembly to explain how CLAN can support anyone affected by a cancer diagnosis.”
Go Purple Week ran from September 2 until September 9 and raises awareness and funds for the charity.