Youngsters from an Aberdeen school are to represent the region after winning a popular competition.
Northfield Academy won the Grampian finals of Young Enterprise.
The competition aims to inspire the workforce of the next generation and saw six groups of secondary school pupils battle it out.
The groups create and run their own companies for a school year and have had to face challenges and solve problems, like any other business owner.
As well as winning a trophy and £400, the Northfield Academy team will compete against schools from across the country in June at Hampden Park.
The schools all created clothing items that raise awareness of mental health issues.
Karen Wilson, chairwoman of the board at Young Enterprise Grampian and finance operations at sponsors Nexen, said: “The standard of entries in this year’s competition was once again very high and our congratulations to all the winners and finalists for demonstrating such enthusiasm and commitment.”