Animated pupils

20th February 2009 at 00:00

Teachers across Wales are being encouraged to tackle prejudice, discrimination and bullying in the classroom by using an animation that was written by pupils from primary schools.

Five children from Cardiff had their idea transformed into a 45-second film by professional animators as part of a competition organised by the Equality and Human Rights Commission in Wales.

A copy of the film, which is being screened in cinemas over the next two months, will be sent to every school in Wales along with an activity pack.

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