CHILDREN at Birkby Junior School learned how to stand up to bullies during a drama programme.
Support workers from the Bradford family team of child charity NSPCC joined supermarket Asda to get an anti-bullying message across.
Around 300 children at the school watched drama showing what it is like to be bullied. The session was followed by a question and answer session and information about who should be told about the problem.
Judith Alderman, events co-ordinator at Asda, said: "It's all about getting the message across that children can talk to someone if they are being bullied."
The event at Birkby was one in a series Asda is running with the NSPCC this year for local schoolchildren. It has aready visited children at Ashbrow Infants School, Sheepridge.
It is the fourth year that Asda has taken part in the campaign.