Dinosaurs came out on display at a Haverhill primary school - at least models made by some of the pupils.
The prehistoric animals were created by lower key stage two children as part of their extended homework project, called Dinosaur Park, and included in an exhibition.
During the seven week project all the children learned about their features of the prehistoric eras as part of their learning in history and geography through the International Primary Curriculum.
The children in the school voted for their favourite model dinosaur and other prizes were given for the best overall project.
As usual the children, who were supported by their parents, produced some amazing and creative dinosaur 3D sculptures.
Jill Lightfoot, deputy headteacher, said: “This must be the best year yet!”