STUDENTS at Stonehenge School went against the clock as they took on a brand new assault course inspired by the TV show Ninja Warrior.

The school received a grant from the Awards for All Lottery funding scheme to build the assault course last summer and it was installed over the Easter holidays.

Pupils in Years 7, 8 and 9 had taken part in heats during their PE lessons to see who could complete the brand new assault course in the quickest time.

The top three boys and top three girls of each year group went through to the grand final with the winners receiving an item of brand new PE kit supplied by the schools new kit manufacturer Akuma.

The final was a was closely fought out contest held at lunch time with hundreds of students cheering on their peers. The course record was set by Year 9 student Finley Lloyd Gilmour at one minute and two seconds.