Pupils at Ross High School in Tranent showcased some of their artistic talent at an art exhibition held at the school.

The exhibition, which was held on Wednesday at the school, displayed some of the unique work pupils have been working on this year and saw over 250 guests turn out to view the art.

Parents and guardians of the pupils were invited along to view the art and see what their children had been up to.

The art on display showcased a mix of artistic styles and creativity from the pupils with unique drawings, paintings and clay models.

Paul Reynolds, head teacher at Ross High School, said: “We were genuinely delighted to have such a good turnout for this event.

“There must have been over 250 people there to see the incredible array of talent on show.

“It really was a joyous event and I was extremely proud of all the pupils whose incredible talent was on show. I’d like to thank our committed team of art staff for all their efforts.”

Scott Sinclair, principal teacher of art at Ross High School, added: “It was overwhelming to see so many interested and supportive parents and guardians attend and admire their young person’s work.

“We are very proud of them and the work they do.”