Police have cracked down on speeding outside a primary school in Huntly after receiving complaints from worried parents.
Officers worked alongside pupils from Lumsden Primary and their head teacher Joanne Brown.
Four drivers were stopped for speeding and, as an alternative to prosecution, they were spoken to by the children.
They asked those caught a series of questions including: “how would you feel if you hit me or one of my friends?”
At the end of the operation the children were given lessons on road safety.
It followed a similar effort at Keig Primary School near Alford last month.