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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

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