Parents joined children of all ages, from nursery to P7, to compete in their very own Olympics at Nether Robertland Primary School in Stewarton.
Ten teams, each named after a different Olympic country, turned out on a Saturday morning, looking for gold.
For the first four events, each team nominated one nursery-P3 child, one P4-7 child and one adult to compete against the other teams, ensuring everyone had the opportunity to take part.
As well as the usual track events, a hard-fought tug of war contest involved each team in full.
Active Schools Co-ordinator Laura Wallace said: “Points were allocated for finishing positions in all events and added up at the end - with gold, silver and bronze medals going to Germany, France and Australia respectively. Everyone had a great time taking part in the events and cheering on their teams”.
Following the Olympic events, most of the parents and children had enough energy left to take part in a fun run. There was a short run for nursery children and1K, 3K and 5K options for older children, parents and guardians.
The day was organised by Nether Robertland Parents’ Association, with support from Active Schools.