PUPILS are in the picture after designing their own stained glass windows.
Four youngsters from Reinwood Junior School at Oakes won a contest to design a window on an historical theme to go in the school staircase.
Alyce Liburd, nine, designed a picture based on the Second World War evacuation of children.
Jessica Dyson, also nine, won her year group contest with a design based on ancient Egypt.
Stephen Kinder, 10, came up with a winning picture of the Tudors and Keefer Rawcliffe, 12, created a design based on the Romans.
The winners each won a large set of crayons, a sketchpad and drawing materials.
The full-size windows, about 80cm by 70cm each, have been made in Perspex by a local firm. They will go over existing windows in the main staircase.
Children at the school have been working on the project for a year.
Artists from the Devon-based Jamtart organisation helped the pupils draw up their designs.
The artists then adapted the designs for the Perspex company.
Children raised money to pay for the artists by designing tea-towels and selling them and by conducting a sponsored multiplication test.