It was a golden day for youngsters who celebrated the 50th birthday of their primary school in style.
Gunthorpe Primary School invited all of its pupils to dress up in different fashions from the 1970s to the noughties to represent each decade that the school, in The Pentlands, has been open.
They learned about their decade and then shared their discoveries with the rest of the school at a special birthday assembly.
Sharon Cliffe, a former pupil from 1969, was one of the special guests and head boy Callum Dalliday and head girl Ashleigh Goodley joined her to cut the school’s birthday cake.
Deputy headteacher Jen Howlett said: “The pupils really enjoyed the day. I think they found it amazing when certain members of staff confessed to which decade they went to school in.
“They were also amazed when they realised how much has changed, for example how in the 1980s it was all cassette tapes and there was no such thing as CDs, let alone the iPads they are used to today.”