YOUNGSTERS had their chance to tell a children's charity how it should be run.
More than 100 pupils went to the Childline North event at Huddersfield's Galpharm Stadium.
They were asked what sort of qualities an employee of the counselling service should have.
The responses will help shape the charity's recruitment process.
Children's services manager Rachel Fairhurst said: "Childline listens to what young people say and ensures that their thoughts influence how we develop our services."
Pupils aged from eight to 17 from Cheshire, Manchester and Leeds, joined Huddersfield schools for the event.
They took part in discussions and workshops and added their thoughts and opinions to a graffiti wall.
One pupil said: "I've learned a lot more about Childline. People think it's just about bullying, but it is about a lot more."
Ms Fairhurst added: "This process has seen some energetic and lively discussions and very clear views."