Pupils at Westminster Community Primary School, Ellesmere Port, have been awarded £200 of school equipment for winning first prize in a Walk to School week contest.
As part of the event, children were asked to bring in something green on their walk and among the many creative entries were green stick insects, a dog dressed in a green outfit, and imaginative costumes.
Headteacher Sue Finch dressed up as a bunch of green grapes and the children also composed a green poem.
All competition entries have been put on display at the Riverside Reception of County Hall in Chester.
The leader of the Labour group on Cheshire West and Chester Council, Cllr Derek Bateman, said: ”I would like to congratulate the children for their hard work in showing that doing their bit for the environment can be lots of fun too.”
Headteacher Sue Finch said: “We were delighted to be able to get involved with Walk to School week again this year.
“The green theme this year was well received by staff, children and families and we had a great deal of fun.”