Pupils at a north Pembrokeshire secondary school have been enrolling in extra lessons over the summer holidays.
Over 20 students at Ysgol Dewi Sant in St David's have taken part in an activity week run by Sport Pembrokeshire and Pembrokeshire Youth - the sports development and youth services arms of Pembrokeshire County Council.
With the help of sports providers Morfa Bay and Outer Reef, along with organisations such as the Darwin Centre, Bluestone and Pembrokeshire Leisure, the youngsters have had a go at coasteering, surfing, judo, badminton, table tennis and high ropes and laser shooting.
They also took part in a special Olympics Day promoting next year's London Olympics.
"The youngsters had a great time getting active over the holidays in the natural classroom of our spectacular coastline," said Amanda John of Sport Pembrokeshire.
"It was a good example of the benefits of partnership working between County Council services and external agencies."
The extra activities are part of the 5x60 project, which aims to encourage secondary school pupils to take part in extra curricular activities, while getting fit at the same time.
Pupils gear up for a woodland warrior laser combat session at Bluestone
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