Creative students have won £5,000 for their school prom.
A team of six year 13s at Tupton Hall School clinched the cash in a competition run by Sheffield Hallam University.
As part of the contest, they had to produce a two-minute video explaining what they would spend the money on for their dream prom later this year.
The team outlined that the cash - which could not be spent on food, drink or venue hire - would go towards entertainment including a photo booth and a DJ as well as decorations including historical celebrity cutouts.
The video was posted on the Sheffield Hallam University Facebook page and viewed by 26,000 people in just a week.
Tupton Hall School was announced as the winner at the end of last month, beating off competition from several other schools.
The students who put together the video were Dominic Bramley, Asa Fitton, Olivia Heardman, Ashely Cullum, Jack Bray and Rebecca Gerard.
Dominic, head of the student union, said: "When Tupton Hall School was announced as the ultimate winner, this was a very proud moment for all involved.
"It filled us with a sense of immense pride.
"Now the hard bit comes - deciding how to best spend £5,000!"
Tupton Hall School is one of the largest secondary schools in north east Derbyshire and one of the largest sixth forms in the county.