As part of anti-bullying week, Thornhill Community Academy students were asked to create an inspiring anti-bullying poster.
After many excellent designs, the entrants were shrunk down to six finalists.
The ultimate winner was Year 7 student Jamie Cummings, who made an eye-catching design.
The design was placed onto a bully box, which was situated around the academy. Bully boxes enable students to report bullying incidents safely and anonymously.
Head teacher Bev Matthews said: “The quality of the designs was fantastic and it was difficult for us to pick a winner. Well done to Jamie for his excellent design.”