Children’s campaign

With their anti-bullying badges and posters, Northstead School pupils Hannah Ritchie, 7, front left, and Cienna Keld, 8, Katy Brearley, 10, left, Joel Ibbotson,9, Emily Bladwin, 10, and Megan Trenham, 10, chairman of the School Council, with   headteacher Stan Jackson, back. Picture by Andrew Higgins  114622d   15/11/11

With their anti-bullying badges and posters, Northstead School pupils Hannah Ritchie, 7, front left, and Cienna Keld, 8, Katy Brearley, 10, left, Joel Ibbotson,9, Emily Bladwin, 10, and Megan Trenham, 10, chairman of the School Council, with headteacher Stan Jackson, back. Picture by Andrew Higgins 114622d 15/11/11

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THESE youngsters ‘nabbed’ a prize in a design-a-badge compeition held at a Scarborough school.

The youngsters from Northstead County Primary School took part in a challenge as part of Anti-Bullying Week.

They had to make a lapel pin for NAB – Northstead Against Bullying.

Each winner then had their badge printed and sold them for 20p each with proceeds going to the NSPCC.

Deputy headteacher Liz Griffiths said: “It is part of our on-going, all-year-round anti-bullying campaign to keep children safe and to ensure they enjoy coming to school.”