A youngster from Glassford Primary enjoyed a ‘Kool Ride 2 Skool’ with her delighted classmates thanks to her quick wit.
Caroline Hall, a primary two pupil, won the Clyde 1 competition after telling a joke the previous week live on the radio.
The prize was a ride to school in the Clyde Valley Limos Gold Edition Bonkers Bus.
The large bus is fitted out like a party room – with loud music and disco lights. And it arrived blaring out the Neil Diamond classic ‘Sweet Caroline’.
Caroline and her 15 pals then boarded the bus for a trip round the Glassford area – stopping halfway for a glass of fizzy juice.
They were then met at school by Bonnie – the 2018 Glasgow European Championships mascot – and everyone enjoyed posing for more photos.
Later on, Bonnie came back to school along with her minder Gavin for a special assembly about the European Championships before handing out achievement certificates.
Glassford Primary would like to thank DJ George Bowie, Amber and Clyde 1 for what has been described as a “fantastic memorable trip”.
Raising a glass Pupils enjoyed a glass of fake‘fizz’on the party bus Top prize Caroline told a joke live on Clyde 1 to secure the fabulous prize for her classmates Celebration P2 pupil Caroline Hall secured a fun-filed bus journey after winning the competition Seal of approval Caroline and her classmates welcomed European Championships mascot Bonnie Party time The group from Glassford Primary arrived at school in style on the Bonkers Bus