Ardrossan's Stanley Primary School has topped the leaderboard at the conclusion of North Ayrshire's Beat the Streets Active Nation competition.

And St Anthony's Primary in Saltcoats came first for the average number of points per pupil, while Whiting Bay Primary topped the board for Arran schools.

The big challenge came to an end just before the Easter break, after six weeks of walking, cycling, rolling, wheeling and running for points.

The active travel competition saw 10,414 people from across Ardrossan, Saltcoats, Stevenston, Dalry, Beith, Gateside, Glengarnock, Kilbirnie and Arran, plus Helensburgh, Dunoon, Rothesay and Campbeltown across Argyll and Bute, compete in teams to see who could clock up the highest number of miles.

The North Ayrshire winners were:

Mainland North Ayrshire schools – total points: 1. Stanley Primary School; 2. St Anthony’s Primary School; 3. Mayfield Primary School

Mainland North Ayrshire schools – average points: 1. St Anthony’s Primary School; 2. Stanley Primary School; 3. Mayfield Primary School.

Arran Schools - total points: 1. Whiting Bay Primary School; 2. Brodick Primary School

Arran Schools - average points: 1. Shiskine Primary School; 2. Whiting Bay Primary School

North Ayrshire community and workplace teams – total points: 1. Radio City School; 2. Busy Bees Nursery; 3. KA Leisure Health Walks.

North Ayrshire community and workplace teams- average points: 1. Radio City School; 2. Busy Bees Nursery; 3. Childminder K.

North Ayrshire individual – total points: 1. Shonagh P.

Craig Dalziel, one of the organisers of the Beat the Street Active Nation game, said: “It has been an amazing Beat the Street for the community and we’d like to thank everyone who took part.

“It’s been wonderful to see people of all ages using more active modes of transport.

"Not only have participants got more active, but the game has brought the communities together and but helped people make a more positive and sustainable choices for their shorter journeys which has positive benefits for their mental, physical and emotional wellbeing.”

Beat the Street Active Nation was delivered by Intelligent Health in partnership with North Ayrshire Council, and Argyll and Bute Council. It is funded by Paths for All's Active Nation Fund.

Congratulations to the winners - and to everyone who took part in the event.