Hazlegrove pupils had the opportunity to hold a real Olympic Gold Medal when former pupil, Peter Wilson, revisited his old school to open The Wilson Centre, the school's renamed LSU Department.
Peter won gold at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the double trap, having earned a silver medal in the team double trap at the European Championships in 2011.
Susan Cranfield, who was Peter's LSU teacher during his time with Hazlegrove, attended and provided an uplifting speech to the ceremony attendees and pupils.
She said: "Hazlegrove has long accepted neurodiversity and one school inspector told me that you can judge a successful school by its LSU – Hazlegrove is living proof of that."
Headmaster Ed Benbow said: "Today we were privileged to welcome old Hazlegrovian and Olympic gold-medallist Peter Wilson back to Hazlegrove, for the official opening of the Wilson Centre, our superb LSU department set within our state-of-the-art teaching and learning centre.
"He gave a moving and inspiring talk to a lot of our pupils and staff, all of whom got to see his medal, too!"