Tomorrow (Friday), seven local schools will be presented with prizes at Scottish Borders Council headquarters for winning entries in the RHET (Royal Highland Education Trust) Scottish Borders Farmhouse Breakfast Competition.
The contest attracted interest from many local schools and judges had their work cut out to pick a winner from the high standard of entries.
Pupils were asked to create a Scottish breakfast menu for visitors from another country.
The younger pupils created excellent artwork depicting the sort of Scottish food they would like to serve to their visiting classmates, and older pupils devised some wonderful menus for their guests using local foods to enhance them.
Jennifer Dodds, RHET Scottish Borders director, said: “The quantity and quality of the entries made judging very difficult.”
She added: “We were so impressed by the work that went into every entry and congratulate every pupil and member of staff for their excellent contributions.”
Winners were judged on originality and pupil participation.
The finalists chosen were Eyemouth Primary School (P3 and P3/4), Westruther Primary School (P4-7) and Chirnside Primary School (P4, P6).
Each winner will be presented with a £50 book token for their school and will have a healthy Farmhouse Breakfast cooked for them at school by RHET volunteers. Prizes are funded by SBC hospitality and education departments.
Winners will be taken for an all-expenses-paid farm visit, funded by Scottish Borders Countryside Initiative.