Students from all years and staff at Spalding High School sold Christmas crafts over three days at a fayre organised by learning resource manager Kirsty Lees.
As well as showcasing creative talent, students displayed business acumen, managing the marketing, costing and design aspects.
There were 50 stalls selling a variety of handmade crafts, cakes and biscuits.
Running alongside the stalls was a Fairtrade Christmas cafe.
The Christmas craft fayre, now in its seventh year, brings the whole school together and promotes festive cheer while raising money for various charities.
Kirsty commented that each year sees students developing their creative flair with more and more innovations, such as the Year 8 Santa selfie stall.