A secondary school in Glasgow that caters to students with Additional Learning Needs received a minibus from DPD for daily school trips.

DPD donated their 80th Sunshine Coach to Glasgow's Parkhill Secondary School.

The adapted and accessible minibus will be used by the school daily to support students’ learning outside of the classroom.

It will be used for school trips, accessing places like swimming facilities and venues, residential trips and school competitions.

DPD's donation is part of their 30-year partnership with Variety, the Children's Charity.

Elaine Kerr, chief executive officer at DPD, said: "DPD has worked with Variety now for 30 years and we're delighted to continue supporting the amazing work they do - it's a charity very close to all our hearts which is why we've donated 80 coaches to date.

"These coaches make an incredible difference and it gives us all enormous pleasure to handover the keys to such deserving causes like Parkhill School."