Youngsters at an Aberdeen secondary school will host a night of entertainment centred around the country they hope to visit next summer.
The group of 15 pupils from Torry Academy are the first from the school to go on the World Challenge expedition,
To raise the cash required for each pupil to go to Morocco, the fourth pupils will hold the fundraiser at the school tonight.
During the event, the youngsters will be dressed in Kaftans and will provide Moroccan mint tea and savouries alongside a presentation on their chosen destination.
Dominica Kalinowski, 15, who is one of the pupils hoping to make the trip explained how they got signed up.
She said: “Representatives from the World Challenge came to our school and told us what we could be involved in and how to get started.
“It involves a lot of fundraising, so far we’ve done a lot of bag packing at the nearby Tesco and have done a quiz night at the Ashvale.”
And fellow participant pupil Alix Russo, 15, had high hopes that the latest fundraiser will be a success.
She said: “It should be a good night, we’ve got 60 tickets sold already and are hoping 100 people can make it along to the night.”
Teacher Chloe Paterson, will be also be involved the expedition and is hoping it becomes a fixture in the school’s calendar.
She said: “As a geography teacher I obviously love travelling and it would be great to ensure that the pupils come to love it as well.
“There will be four members of staff to ensure the first night runs as smoothly as possible.
“It would be great if we could send people on a trip like this every two years.”
The event will open its doors to guests from 7pm and tickets are available on the door.