Pupils at a school in Somerset are benefiting from the results of a million pound building project at their school.
The investment at North Petherton Primary has enabled three new classrooms to be built to accommodate the rise in the number of pupils in the area. And a makeover of the outside space means there's more room for the children to play outside.
Head Teacher Gary Hobbs says the transformation has brought the school together.
A 10 year old girl has joined an elite group of Brownies. Louisa Souter-Frost from North Petherton is one of only a few who have all 57 badges. She struggled to get her final camping award because of the flooded Somerset Levels, so she put up a tent in her pack leader's back garden!