A dance project to help young people open up about mental health is touring Tayside schools this month.
How We Feel is being delivered as part of a partnership between NHS Tayside and Dundee and Angus College dance students, led by course leader Lisa Bibby.
The target audience is mainly S2 pupils, who often struggle with the transition to being a teenager and its associated pressures.
Pupils first watch a performance, then take part in workshops where they can learn parts of the dance, discuss issues and are able to ask questions of health experts.
The project has been running for the past 18 years and is said to be an on-going success.
Ms Bibby, a course leader at the Scottish School of Contemporary Dance, said: “As well as getting in touch with the community and with the young people that are in the broad community here in Dundee, it also gives them (the students) a really good opportunity to work on their performance skills and gives them opportunities to work on their teaching skills.
“And also just to have a realistic experience of what it is like to train with a small-scale dance company for two weeks.”