A team of pupils from the High School of Dundee have won a national mock trial competition with victory at Central Hall in Edinburgh.
The team won the Anderson Strathern Mooting Cup – which involves 3,000 students from over 80 schools from all across Scotland.
The Mooting Cup is a cross-curricular project which uses a court case to cover a range of class room subjects. Teams of pupils takes on roles as solicitors, court artists, robe-makers, researchers, journalists and witnesses.
Pupils Andrew Lowdon, Angus Ledlie, Hamish Lowrie, Zac Gray and Zara Barron led their team to victory, making the school the first ever to win the trophy a second time.
They competed against Pirie-Park Primary, Leith Primary and Condorrat Primary to win.
The High School also won the court artistry award for the Tayside region and Alexander Milnes won an individual award in court artistry.