Five Scots sisters head to primary together for last time
The Hamid sisters are the first group of five siblings to attend Arduthie Primary.
School's out for summer and this end of term is extra special for five sisters.
For the past year the Hamid siblings - Kolsuma, 12, Hazera, ten, Maryam, nine, Jamila, seven, and Bushra, five, - have all attended Arduthie Primary in Stonehaven.
But from August, Kolsuma will start as a first year at the town's Mackie Academy.
On Friday the sisters made the walk to school together for the last time. Here's what they had to say:
Hazera: "It's funny because we all get our names mixed up by teachers."
Mayram: "I will miss Kolsuma, but we'll still all see each other at home."
Bushra: "I like being at school with all my sisters. And I like doing maths."
'We haven't had five children in school before - and I've done forty years of teaching now.'Maxine Cottiss, head teacher
Teachers said the five girls had been a welcome addition to the school.
"Obviously as a family group they are very special ... because we haven't had five children in school before - and I've done 40 years of teaching now," said head teacher Maxine Cottiss.
"The girls have been an absolute joy."
It's been a day of mixed emotions for the girls parents.
"It's a blessing for me to have five daughters, they're great kids," said their dad, Abdul.
"They have a great sense of humour. The school has given them a kick-start in life.
"I just hope they have the same humour as they grow older and they can contribute back to the community - and that will be the success of my life.
"It's quite remarkable that they've all been at the same school at the same time."
The girls' mum, Tahmida added: "I'm very happy, we're very proud parents."