A GREENOCK school has put the love into learning at its Easter holiday lunch club.

Throughout the break, children and parents have taken the opportunity to spend some quality time together at Aileymill Primary.

Children have enjoyed taking part in lots of activities with their parents — including Bookbug and reading from the pop-up library — before enjoying lunch.

This is the third year that the school has been open during the holidays to children and their parents, so that families and communities can spend time together playing, reading, arts, cooking, singing and eating together in a safe and friendly environment.

In addition to providing food, the holiday club provides a free and safe environment for families to enjoy play and learning.

It is aimed at encouraging parents to fully engage in their child's learning.

The holiday club, funded through the government’s Scottish Attainment Challenge, is being run at several schools and nurseries throughout Inverclyde during the holiday fortnight.

Last year, 176 families attended the sessions in seven venues across Inverclyde which resulted in the delivery of 1,632 lunches.