Virtual reality headsets are making lessons more exciting for north-east youngsters.
Banff Academy has adopted the new type of digital learning through the use of the devices.
The technology is said to make learning more engaging and absorbing for pupils.
Head teacher, Alan Horberry, said the experience helped children to “feel, to see and to experience learning in real life”.
He added: “Real time contexts stimulate interest, increase learning and excites pupils.
“Pupils learn more, behave better and see a relevance of their learning.”
“This would be practically impossible to facilitate for large and even small groups of pupils, however with VR Headsets we can do exactly that.”
Teachers can select content to be streamed to the devices directly from the ClassVR portal, where there are hundreds of pre-made experiences, or they can create their own content for lessons.
The school first came across the headsets at the Scottish Learning Festival last July.