Pembroke Dock Community School has been awarded its seventh Eco Platinum Award.
The school has been part of the Keep Wales Tidy Eco Schools Project since 2002.
It received its first Platinum Award in 2007 and has maintained this high status every year since.
Kiri Howell, Keep Wales Tidy and Eco Schools, presented the school with its latest Platinum status award at a special celebration assembly recently.
The award is granted for the environmental work undertaken both within the school and the local community.
The school actively takes part in a recycling scheme, with regular litter picks, and pupils also look at how the school can save energy by analysing the monthly energy consumption figures.
The school has also recently taken part in the ‘Safer Routes to School Scheme’ and was awarded a grant to install bike shelters within the school grounds and improve the school car park.
Pictured with some of the pupils are: Phil Bowen, Chair of Governors); Kiri Howell; Jenny Vincent, Lead teacher for Eco Schools; Michele Thomas, Headteacher and Amanda Edwards, Deputy Headteacher.