Children have been celebrating the opening of their new outdoor area.
The James Knott Campus of the Northumberland Church of England Academy, in Ashington, was awarded £12,000 from the Tesco Bags of Help Scheme after a public vote.
Designed by pupils, the Making Outdoors Matter project features weaved willow domes and tunnels, bug hotels, wildflower areas and allotment beds.
The imaginative space will provide a wide range of exciting opportunities for outdoor learning and adventure.
Following months of hard work, the garden was officially opened by Ashington gardener, Sean Murray, winner of a nationwide TV competition to design a garden at Chelsea Flower Show.
Children dressed for the occasion in their finest summer outfits, as they welcomed guests from the community.