Youngsters had a fantastic time getting to grips with a host of activities during a residential trip.
Year 4 pupils from Bourne Abbey Primary Academy spent time at Caythorpe Court near Grantham.
More than 70 children and staff thoroughly enjoyed overcoming challenges to achieve personal goals.
Activities included abseiling, fencing, high ropes, quad biking, survivor, aero ball, trapeze and zip wire. Even headteacher Cherry Edwards had a go at the high ropes.
The first day included a visit to RAF Cranwell, where children were taught how to do a drill, learned about firemen and dog handlers based there and sat in the cockpit of an aircraft.
For many of the children, this was their first taste of a residential visit and staff said they all had a great time.