Daviot Primary has become the first Highland school to receive the Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety award.
The award, through the digital schools framework, is designed to provide education professionals with the resources and support required to help pupils safely navigate the digital world.
Pupils and staff took the opportunity to celebrate yesterday on National Internet Safety Day.
Arlene Beattie, cluster principal teacher of Daviot Primary School, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded the CR-IS award.
“On what is Internet Safety Day, we have been taking part in a range of activities as a whole school to embed the importance of staying safe online while also embracing the opportunities the internet has to offer.
“We also celebrated as a whole school with our parents, local community and Highland Council representatives.
“The children were delighted to have all their hard work recognised.”