Buckhaven Primary School pupils donned their tartan on Friday for the second annual Kiltwalk around the town.
In 2014, the pupils decided to carry out their own walk for the Kiltwalk charity, which organises much larger events all across Scotland to raise money for the country’s most vulnerable, disadvantaged and sick children.
It was so successful last year, that pupils and staff decided to take to the streets once again, and set off at 10.00 a.m. on Friday morning in true Kiltwalk style behind a traditional Scottish Piper.
On the return to school, the ceilidh band was playing in the playground, and yellow and blue balloons were released to celebrate the day.
A spokesman for the school said: “Exceptionally well done to all pupils who took part in the Kiltwalk event.
“Buckhaven Primary School children are caring and motivated, and their efforts fundraising and walking in their own Kiltwalk will benefit the children’s charities and fund equipment for the school.”
Exceptionally well done to all pupils who took part in the Kiltwalk eventBuckhaven Primary School
The school also thankedthe various individuals and groups which made the event such a success.