Pupils at a Blyth school have been moo-ved by a charity project.
Children at The Dales School have been working hard through enterprise projects to raise money to send a cow to Africa.
During their STEM week, the youngsters raised money by making things to sell under the categories of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
Each class came up with ideas and chose their own enterprise project.
The team that sold the most products won a special prize, and the school raised £158.29 for the charity.
The children also made a keyhole garden, which is a vegetable patch that the project creates with African communities.