School pupils in Moray have put their own twist on a festive classic to celebrate their own Last Christmas.
The current Lossiemouth High School has welcomed generations of youngsters since the 1970s.
However, it is due to be replaced next year with a new complex currently under construction nearby.
To bid farewell to the old building staff and pupils have paid tribute to the school – despite its growing faults while looking forward to moving to “somewhere special”.
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