Year 5 pupils from local primary school Gillshill spent the morning at Malet Lambert designing their own board game all about Malet Lambert and the surrounding area.
Social enterprise company, Engaging Education, led the activity in the LRC and encouraged pupils to be creative with their ideas of how the board game will work.
Their design team will then create the board games and make them into a real product.
Year 5 pupil Florrie said, "It's been really fun making our board games today. We've had to think about which are the most famous places in Hull to put on there and find out more about Malet Lambert School which was good too."
Stephen Logan, Assistant Head in charge of transition, organises these activities to help primary school children familiarise themselves with Malet Lambert in a fun way.
He said, "Coming to secondary school for the first time can be daunting, but if we introduce them to their possible new surroundings slowly from a younger age, it will hopefully make the transition process much easier for them.
"Engaging Education work with us and local primaries on a variety of projects that require the children to find out more about Malet Lambert and use that information in a creative way.
"We've had great feedback from parents and children on this, and they love seeing the end product when it has been fully designed by the team at Engaging Education."