Children aged nine to 13 enjoyed a special two-day workshop at a Sheffield secondary school designed to develop their thinking skills.
Youngsters at Meadowhead School were joined by pupils from Bradway and Greenhill primaries, who are due to move up to the secondary in the next few years.
The project was created to help young people understand the importance of pursuing their dreams, and to teach them skills and strategies to help turn dreams into reality.
It also helps schools develop different, creative and fun ways to learn.
School of Dreams was sponsored by the city’s Gilder Honda dealership and staff took part.
Students are encouraged to become ‘sharers’ and ‘doers’, by taking what they have learned and passing it on to others and by organising team projects which aim to change something in their local community for the better.
Chris Pickering, of Gilder Honda, said: “It was great to support the workshop in our local school.”