Fintry Primary hosted a digital learning week to show pupils how to use technology in the workplace.
The Dundee school invited local companies and organisations — both charity and Higher Education — to share with the pupils what possible routes there are for them to take if this is something of interest to them.
Jayne Mays, digital leader at the school, said: “The city is a hub for digital development, from games design and universities being within the top 30 for computer science, to many companies based in Dundee using technology recognised throughout the world.
“The response we have had from companies and organisations has been overwhelming.”
P7 digital leaders were working with P1 pupils to help design a map for “bee bots” to travel around.
Picture shows (from left) Indie Brown, Isla Taylor and Hope Fisher, all aged five, digital leaders Kaci Patullo and Shari Higgins, both 10, and Ruby Beveridge, Lucas Anderson and Ryan Kelly, all five.