Pupils at an Ayr school doused themselves in PAINT to represent the values of their classrooms.
Kids from Queen Margaret Academy took on an assault course with a difference.
As they passed through six different stations, which each represented a ‘ value’ of the school, they came out the other side with the lick of paint.
It was all part of a project devised 18 months ago to launch the school’s new values ahead of its move to a new campus.
The ethos chosen was community, ambition, responsbility, respect, faith and equality.
Post photographer Iain Brown got up close for the action on the day.
Aiming high Emma Stevenson, Paula McPhail and Kieran Ritchie
Red letter day Sixth year lads take on the run
Battle lines Kids try and race through the paint station
Yellow peril The pupils tackle the paint
Ready to roll Calm before the storm
Purple rain The paint makes a splash