LESSONS in bubble football, inflatables, a climbing wall, golf and crafts were on the timetable as a Greenock school signed off for summer.

Notre Dame's action-packed health and wellbeing day was a big hit with kids.

There was also a visit from the Scottish Science Centre with some fun experiments and the smoothie bike.

The aim of the day was to promote good mental and physical health for pupils.

Pupils were split into their 'houses' and rotated around the activities as part of a circuit.

Jane Armour, PE teacher, co-ordinated the day.

She said: "We had a range of activities with inflatables, bubble football, a climbing wall, golf and pupils toasting marshmallows.

"The inflatables outside are like an obstacle race, we have demonstrations on how to put a tent up and down."

Other attractions included Fit Lab and Body Vision from Glasgow Science Centre, exotic reptiles, Rig Arts and Material Things.

There were also young carers workshops to raise awareness and support carers within the school.

This was run by Stacey Gillen, youth worker at Inverclyde Carers' Centre and Jet Gallacher, young carers worker at the health and social care partnership.

Jane added: "The day aimed to look at the physical, mental, social and emotional wellbeing of pupils as a Catholic school, the faith and spiritual wellbeing of pupils and we had local parish priests along on the day.

"The pupils really enjoyed it."