A school has been recognised for its work supporting pupils' mental health.
St Anthony's in Margate has been given the Kent School Award for resilience and emotional wellbeing.
The prize was created by HeadStart Kent, which is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, to recognise the work of staff.
Assistant head teacher Abi Cranson said: "We are so happy to receive this award.
"St Anthony's staff and pupils work really hard supporting each other and making the school a safe and happy place to be.
"Staff, pupils, parents and families have all benefited from training, events and activities that support good wellbeing and improve mental health.”
St Anthony's is the fourth school to win the gong after Homewood in Tenterden, Westlands in Sittingbourne and St John’s Catholic Comprehensive in Gravesend.
Achieving the award also endorses the work that has been carried out in schools to meet guidance provided by Public Health England.
And Sue Chandler, Kent County Council's cabinet member for integrated children's services, says it shows St Anthony's is prioritising the mental health of its children.
The school, located St Anthony's Way, caters for children aged between five and 16 with special needs.