Pupils have been going wild in the classroom to raise funds for an animal charity.
Youngsters at the Percy Park site at Kings Priory School, Tynemouth, took part in activities to raise cash for the Newcastle branch of the RSPCA.
Year 4 chapter leaders sold RSPCA merchandise, and children were invited to dress as animals and take a cuddly toy to school in return for a donation.
They then worked in groups on a competition to design an animal poster, with the winning entry featuring a cheetah, designed by the Hotspur chapter team of Charlie Grayson, Ellen Marsh and Lucas Tierney.
A total of £837.88 was raised.
Year 3 teacher Jenny Large said: “This is a phenomenal achievement. Well done to everyone who made the morning such an enjoyable and worthwhile activity.
“The family atmosphere of the whole occasion was wonderful to see.”