The picture above is part of the space at Gosberton House School that helped win it a Gold Medal for Best School Garden in the Spalding in Bloom competition.
Earlier in the year, Graham Lamb, a judge from South Holland District Council, was shown around the school grounds by the deputy headteacher Miss Gregory and six pupils.
Mr Lamb sent a report detailing why the school was awarded so highly.
It read: “Many volunteers help to maintain the grounds together with the site manager, employed staff and families of the pupils. It is very well maintained with no litter and very few weeds. The children are always encouraged to be involved. There is a very good wildlife area with several bird boxes, feeders, places for hedgehogs and a bird hide.
“All of the work that has been achieved throughout the year is a great credit to all involved.
“The garden is a well used, wonderful resource of which the school should be very proud.”