Craigiebarns Primary School has been officially recognised for excellence in digital teaching and learning with the award of national Digital School status.
Youngsters from the school attended an award ceremony to collect a certificate.
The school is one of 38 recognised for best practice in the use of digital technology in the classroom and across the curriculum.
Arlene Findlater, class teacher and digital leader at Craigiebarns, said: “The programme offers a real opportunity for primary schools to build on their digital capabilities.
“We have worked very hard over the last couple of years to ensure we are as digitally established as we can be.”