Children in Aberdeen are celebrating after receiving top awards from a local authority.
Aberdeen City Council handed out 13 prizes at the Children and Young People’s Services Awards on Tuesday. Harlaw Academy received the accolade for Rights Respecting Ambassadors, while the Creative Learning Award was won by Walker Road Dancers.
The Developing the Young Workforce award was handed to Northfield Academy and Wood Quarryhill, with RotaKids receiving the Enterprising Young People award.
Stacey Jackson from Bridge of Don Academy walked away with the Health and Wellbeing accolade while Alex Soaris, a former pupil at Orchard Brae School, won the Inspirational Leader award.
The Learning for Sustainability award was given to Hanover Street School.
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The joint winners for the Learning through Technology category were Kaleb Topley and Greig Simpson from Dyce Primary and the Harlaw Girls Coding Club.
Harlaw Alliance received the accolade for Promoting Inclusion while Kai Noble and Caitlin Flinn from St Machar Academy won the Physical Achievement award.
Three Special Success awards were handed out to Caitlyn Irvine from St Machar Academy, Josh Button from Bridge of Don Academy and Angela Scott from Harlaw Academy.