A magical experience was enjoyed by Spilsby students during a two-day trip to London.
Year 7s at King Edward VI Academy visited the Warner Brothers Studio to see how the Harry Potter films were made.
The young wizard, played by Daniel Radcliffe, and his school friends entertained cinema audiences for more than a decade in the eight-film franchise, the highest grossing series of all time.
Mrs S Turner, who led the trip, said the Warner Bros. Studio tour had brought the films back to life.
“It was an unforgettable experience for our students, most of whom have read the Harry Potter books and seen the films,” Su Turner said.
The interactive tour included a visit to the Great Hall at Hogwarts castle and also a walk along the wizarding street Diagon Alley.
The students stayed overnight in the capital before another memorable day when they visited London Zoo.