Last month The Whitby High School opened its doors to more than 400 families in the local area for the annual open evening.
Pupils of Year 6 and their parents/carers were invited to visit the school to see what type of education students enjoy at Whitby High School.
All subject areas were represented, with pupils and parents/carers given opportunities to try many different activities such as making crowns in history, having a go at extreme gymnastics, trying to solve some tricky maths mysteries, taking part in a treasure hunt in MFL and creating a nameplate in ICT.
Joshua Blackhall, from Woodlands Primary School won The Passport to Whitby High School Competition by taking part in six different activities during the evening.
He received his prize from headteacher Bryn Heeley.