Students at Ramsey Grammar School are making the most their state-of-the-art new South Building.
The new wing was officially opened yesterday by a former head girl who went on to become Education Minister - Ramsey MHK Anne Craine.
The £6million project has been two years in the construction - during which time 200 pupils moved into the redundant old Auldyn Infant School.
Bright and airy rooms and corridors housing modern facilities have created what's described as a 'stunning learning and teaching environment'.
At the opening Mrs Craine (pictured) said the new wing suited the school - and the local environment: