PSE - Banish bullying
The winners of respectme's Anti-Bullying Week competition have been selected from around 2,000 entries by individuals and groups from schools and youth groups across Scotland.
The theme was: "What bullying means to me" and the judges described the calibre of entries as "very high". Schools Minister Keith Brown handed out the awards at respectme's conference last month.
Winner: Shaun Roach from King's Park Primary, Midlothian for "The boy with a tear in his eye", a sculpture of a boy sitting on a bench
Runner-up: Lewis Laird from Queen Anne High, Dunfermline for a poster
Winner: Heather Logan from John Ogilvie High, Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, for a poem
Runner-up: Jennifer MacNeill from Craigholme School, Glasgow, for poem and supporting artwork
Bullied, a short film produced by John Ogilvie High, Hamilton, and Super Ginger, a film produced by Duns Youth Theatre in the Scottish Borders
Special commendation: Taylor High, Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, for a series of five short films.