There was fun for all the family at the Spalding Garth School summer fair.
The fair raised over £1000 which will be put into the Friends of Garth School (FOGS) charity fund, to go towards both the school and its students.
Attractions at the fair included hook-a-duck, a raffle, barbecue, DJ and horse rides for children.
Laddie’s Ice Creams also parked their van at the school and sold their well-known treats.
Luke Jackson, teaching assitant at the school, said: “The fair went really well and everyone had a great day.
“Around 250 to 300 people turned up and they seemed very interested in our new garden.
“We’re looking forward to opening the sensory garden later on in the year.”