Students at Garibaldi College got ready for the Christmas break with a special inter-form challenge.
Youngsters at the Forest Town school tried their hand at a range of tasks organised by staff - from competitive dancing to a First World War military drill.
For one day the college became an arena for students to pit their skills against each other in a fun, friendly environment.
“It provided a great opportunity for students to take pride in their performances, show respect to teammates and rivals alike and hopefully achieve great things,” a school spokesman said.
The X Factor-style dance-off required pupils to perform in front of a panel of judges, while staff from the science department organised a ‘scrapheap challenge’.
Other activities also included photo orienteering, an ‘I’m a Celebrity’ memory quiz and a Christmas-themed literacy challenge.
Main picture: Melissa Cammidge, 16, and Tom Morris, 17, competing in the I’m a Celebrity’ challenge.
Inset: Students Charlotte Collier, 17, and Michal Dixon, 17, completing a Spanish challenge.