ANNUAL Rose Day celebrations at Crossflatts Primary School took on a cycling theme.
An extreme bike show was among the highlights of the event.
The day began with dance performances by the children, watched by their parents.
Year five pupils entertained to 'Born to be Wild', with an appearance on a scooter by headteacher Hilary Craven.
And year six youngsters sang, dressed in the uniforms they will wear to secondary school.
Evening activities included a disco, barbecue and stalls.
Anne Peterson – who retires from the school this month – ran a teddy bear stall for the 15th year, with Mrs Isobel Roberts.
Rose Queen was Hope Gambil, the Rose King was fellow year six pupil Harry Loftus, and attendants were nursery children Luke Sheldon, Oliver Wilson, Freya Bailey and Hafsa Arshed.
"It was a very successful and enjoyable day," said a school spokesman.