Students have added a splash of colour during a project on North Shields Fish Quay.
Past and present pupils at Norham High School, in North Shields, came together for a large urban artwork after being invited by chairman of governors, David Bavaird, to brighten up the area.
Ten Year 7 pupils worked with Mike Burgess, of the Phoenix Detached Youth Project, to draw up designs to brighten a fence near the Old Low Light.
And last month they started work on the site using a wide variety of spray cans – being taught how to use them by the former pupils.
Norham students Tina Campbell and Jenna Sams said: “It was an amazing experience. Hopefully we can be involved further in the future.”
A school spokesman said: “I’m very proud of what our Year 7 pupils have achieved. We gave them complete creative freedom and left the vast majority of teaching to the two ex-students.”
“It was fascinating watching them work together and produce such great work.”