The ceremony saw a gathering of proud teachers, pupils and parents watch as Mark, the local MSP, raised the flag outside on the school grounds.
The prestigious school award is part of the keep Scotland beautiful Eco-Schools campaign, and is the largest sustainable schools programme in the world.
The initative aims to empower young people to take action towards an economically, socially and environmentally just world. According to the Keep Scotland Beautiful website, over 98% of Scotland's local authority schools now participate in the initiative, as well as many more independent and early years establishments. Over 46% of participants have attained the internationally-recognised symbol of excellence in sustainable development education, the Green Flag Award.
Commenting on the event, Mark said:
"I was delighted to be invited to raise the green flag at Middleton Park School this morning. The pupils and staff have worked very hard to acheive their eco school award, and it was great to see the pupils cheering their achievements.
"Middleton Park has had a brilliant year, being recognised as one of the leading primary schools in Scotland across a host of awards, and this acheivement continues their excellent progress under the headship of Jenny Watson.
"Well done boys and girls!"
For more information on the Green Flag Award visit: www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org
For more information on Middleton Park Primary School visit: www.middletonpark.aberdeen.sch.uk