Gordonstoun will play host to its 30th annual Junior Highland Games on Saturday May 4.
Chieftain this year is Rio 2016 Paralympic hand-cycling gold medallist Karen Darke, who will be presenting the prizes at the end of the proceedings.
The event takes place between 11am and 5pm on the Gordonstoun Junior School playing fields and is open to the general public, with free entry and free parking.
Robert McVean, Head of Gordonstoun Junior School is looking forward to the event.
He said: “We have lots of children from local schools and organisations competing and will be welcoming many regular and new visitors to the games this year.
“We will have many stalls and activities on offer so you are sure to have an action packed day and most importantly all money raised will be given to our three chosen charities, the Scottish Network for Arthritis in Children (SNAC), Moray Fresh Start and Mikey’s Line in Inverness.”
The Junior Highland Games at Gordonstoun bring together teams from the local area in a traditional adult style Highland Games.
All proceeds from the event are donated to local charities nominated by Junior School parents.
Ewan MacGregor, Chairman of the Junior Highland Games at Gordonstoun added: “There’s so much to do at the Junior Highland Games.
“It makes an excellent day out for all ages and crucially, entry is free for all. I urge everyone to come along and join in the fun.”