An Inverness school for disabled youngsters will today become the first in the Highlands and only the second in Scotland to achieve the highest level of a prestigious education award.
Drummond School will receive a plaque for their Move programme – Mobility Opportunities Via Education.
The school achieved “outstanding” status – the highest possible.
Nigel Carter, chief executive of the Move Partnership, will present the plaque to the school this afternoon.
The captain of Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Richie Foran, will also attend the celebrations, along with children, parents and staff.
The activity-based scheme uses knowledge of education, therapy and family to teach children with severe motor disabilities skills including sitting, standing and walking.
The main aims are to improve inclusion and opportunity but other benefits include better communication skills, as well as improvements to interaction with others.
There are also health benefits for the youngsters taking part.