WOODFARM high school pupils are all aboard for interactive learning following a visit from the SCHOLAR bus.
The Thornliebank school was the latest on a nationwide tour for the Heriot Watt University programme, which provides interactive web-based courses for higher and advanced higher pupils.
The scheme is available 24 hours a day, allowing for independent learning in line with the curriculum for excellence programme.
Pupils at Woodfarm climbed aboard the specially-kitted digi-bus to try out the latest technology for themselves, with the visit including an augmented reality treasure hunt, a chance to recreate their own molecular structure and a photo booth to capture the moment.
The school applied to SCHOLAR to be included in the tour, and was the only one in East Renfrewshire to receive a visit.
Professor Phillip John, executive chair of the SCHOLAR forum, said: “The whole learning environment has been changed by the potential of online learning and teaching.
“The digi-bus offers a high-tech and visually stimulating way of letting senior pupils and their teachers play with information and technology — to explore its full potential.”