A musical event held to encourage school children to convey issues close to their heart was held in Dundee on Thursday evening.
The UK Rock Challenge entails teenagers choosing a theme and acting it out through dance and drama.
Tayside’s own Rock Challenge was held in Dundee’s Caird Hall on Thursday evening, with Kinross High School claiming first place.
Contestants from the Perthshire school choreographed a short play which told the story of two Syrian children who found themselves in Calais’ infamous Jungle refugee camp.
Arbroath Academy claimed second spot with a story about being stranded on a desert island.
Kinross High will now advance to the Scottish Rock Challenge Final.
Commenting on the success of the event, Angus Council convener for children and learning, Councillor Sheena Welsh, said: “I thought it was an excellent show.
“I’ve seen lot of Rock Challenges and they just get better and better every year.”