Pupils went back in time at Spilsby Primary School 10 years ago to mark the school’s 150th anniversary.
The school opened in 1859 and pupils were treated to a Victorian-themed day of school life and activities.
Headteacher Jo Spriggs said: “The children came in Victorian dress and staff got involved too. We had a Victorian assembly with Bible readings and hand inspections before saying our prayers.”
A number of Victorian artefacts were on display and some of the younger children sat in rows for handwriting lessons before recreating games from the Victorian era, maypole dancing and artwork.