There was good cause for a Spalding school to celebrate at the weekend.
Gosberton House Academy pulled out all the stops to mark the school’s 65th anniversary.
Fun inflatables, a range of food and stalls were all on offer on Saturday as pupils, families and staff marked the special event.
A school spokesman said more than £500 had been raised from the events.
The school was originally home to the Welby-Everard family and was bought by the former Holland County Council in 1952 and opened initially the following year.
It has been a boarding school and a day school and is now a specialist primary school for pupils with special educational needs.
The school is now part of the Lincolnshire Educational Trust.