PSE - Banish bullying

4th December 2009 at 00:00

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.

Artistic category

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

Creative Writing

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

Performance

Joint winners:

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.

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