HEALTH and wellbeing has very much been on the agenda for pupils at Abercromby Primary School.

During the last term, youngsters have been kept busy trying out different sports, activities and food.

Children of all ages improved their fitness with P1-P3 trying their hand at Taekwon-Do, while upper school pupils took on yoga, dance and korfball.

Bikeability lessons also took place at the school which gave youngsters the opportunity to learn how to ride their bikes safely.

Cammy Anderson, a personal trainer from gym Renegade Fitness and Performance, worked with both P6 and P7 pupils and teachers alike through bootcamp-style functional fitness classes.

This culminated in the whole school, including some mums and dads, taking on a '1000 Rep Challenge', which saw pupils raise money for Williams Syndrome by squatting, jumping and burpee-ing 1000 times per class.

But it wasn't all about fitness for Abercromby Primary, with older children taught how to use CPR to save a life during a visit from the fire service.

They also attended talks by mountain rescue, the police and they learned about Williams Syndrome.

Pupils were encouraged to use their growth mindsets, an attitude encouraged by many schools across Clackmannanshire, during options afternoons.

Some also dropped in on Tullibody Community Garden to learn about the vegetables and plants that grow their, with P1-P2 were given the chance to sample purple potato mash.

Meanwhile, others had the opportunity to make and try plenty of health food, such as bread and fruit.