Gorsey Bank Primary School took part in 'Aspirations Week', a bi-annual event which the school has run for many years, intended to encourage pupils to aim for great things both for themselves and the people and communities around them.
This is done predominantly through arranging for an array of inspirational visitors to come into school and share their stories about how their roles make a positive difference to the lives of others.
This year the school received visits from the fire service and a crime scene investigator as well as volunteers from local organisations including Park Run, Wilmslow Animal Sanctuary and Wilmslow Youth.
Deputy Head of School, Faith Bell said: "It's really important that our pupils are aspirational not just for themselves but also for the people around them and the communities in which they live. So many aspects of what makes the Wilmslow area such an amazing place for the pupils are only there, thanks to volunteers giving up their time and we think it's important the pupils recognise this and even develop thoughts and ideas of their own as to how they might contribute in a similar way in their future lives."