A year of hard work in the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths have just paid off for a Paisley school.
Brediland Primary has been rewarded with a full STEM Nation Award.
The effort included working in the class, at home, meeting Education Secretary John Swinney (pictured below) and even principal teacher David Rigmand jetting off to Portugal to attend a European presentation.
The award was one of just 19 made by Education Scotland,
The project involves the entire 206 school roll in the STEM subjects of science, technology, engineering and maths.
Mr Rigmand – seen below presenting in Lisbon – said: “I think the whole school now knows the importance of these subjects while at school and to finally get jobs.
”And it was an honour to represent the pupils at the conference in Lisbon where I presented on our best practice.
“I think it is an enormous