Students from ACS Cobham used 3D printers and drones to make arts and crafts to complex computer science projects.

The school held its first ever Maker Day which encouraged all ages to create anything.

The event on April 25, was organised after a growing "maker movement" at ACS Cobham emerged. Maker Club was launched last year, focusing on creation and imagination.

Alongside the workshops and activities on the day, students showed their creations to family and friends and explained how they worked.

Alexandra Read, co-ordinator of the event, said: "It was fantastic to see the creativity and imagination of our students shine. The things that were made and the innovative technology they engaged with to design and engineer their projects showcased how resourceful and inventive our students can be."