Tupton Hall students have had their handywork displayed in lights after winning a competition.
The competition began in July when Clay Cross Parish Council asked local schools to design a Christmas light.
Six winning designs were chosen, created by pupils at Holmgate Primary School and Sharley Park Community Primary School.
Three of the winners, Lilly-May Taylor, Kira Bradley and Alexandra Simkins, have since moved up to Tupton Hall School.
The students were presented with cretificates and art kits supplied by the parish council, plus a goody bag from the company which created the lights, Blachere Illumination UK Limited.
Now that it is Christmas, you can see the winning designs proudly exhibited on the Social Services building on the A61/High Street at Clay Cross.
Pictured are the three Tupton Hall winners with Headteacher Mr Knowles, Councillor Kathy Rouse and Head of Year 7 Miss Cooper.