Monifieth High School will open a pop-up shop on Saturday morning to raise money for its international charity efforts.
Pupils have been working hard to secure donations of goods for the shop, which opens in Gray Street in Broughty Ferry at 9.30am — and they hope shoppers will ensure a bumper sum is collected for Signpost International’s work in India and Rotary International Literacy boxes for children in Zambia.
A spokesman school said: “We are hoping our three Houses (Balmossie, Dalhousie and Panmure) will sponsor one child each and donate a literacy box to Monifieth Rotary Club for their partnership in Zambia.
“We would like help and support to make this venture as profitable as possible for our charities — our India partnership and Rotary International literacy boxes.”
The shop will stock clothes, bric-a-brac, DVDs, CDs, books and toys donated by pupils, staff and members of the local community.
Angus education convener Councillor Sheena Welsh and Monifieth Rotary Club vice-president Ewan Jenkins will perform the grand opening on Saturday morning, and the shop will run until the end of the month.