The winners of HMS Unicorn’s 2018 art competition were announced at the ship’s spring fair.
Youngsters from schools across Dundee entered the competition “The Changing Faces of Dundee” where they had to focus on the changes taking place to the city landscape.
They also focused on how the city has transformed culturally over the years.
The entry categories were nurseries, P1-P3, P4-P7, secondary schools and additional needs.
Scooping first prize in the nurseries were children from Daisy’s Nursery, second place went to Harris Moonlight at Balgillo and in third place were children from Cherry Blossom Nursery.
First three places for the P1-P3 category went to children from Ancrum Road Primary with Nathan McNally first, Ula Kic second and Eilidh Slane third.
Claypotts Castle Primary pupils scooped the prizes for the P4-P7 category, with Holly Finnigan taking first place, Kianna Robertson in second and Hollie Dolan third.
In the secondary schools category, Scott McDonald came first, Nathan Craig was second and Erin Miller was third. All are from Harris Academy.
Judges also decided to award a special prize to pupils from Law Nursery for their unique light installation.
All winners will be given a visit to the Frigate Unicorn for their entire class, a unique Unicorn medal and have their work displayed in an exhibition on the ship.
First place winners also received an annual family pass.
Billy Rough, learning and engagement officer for the Unicorn, said: “We had such a wonderful response to our art competition and are very grateful to Scotmid for sponsoring it.
“The children demonstrated such enthusiasm, creativity and imagination that the judges had a very difficult time choosing the winners.”
The ship was busy for the spring fair which saw lots of youngsters and their families turn up for fun activities including face painting and henna tattoos.
Billy said the fair was “brilliant”.