PUPILS at a Huddersfield school hung out the bunting to say: No to bullying.
Their action came at the end of a week of events at Mount Pleasant Primary School in Lockwood.
Children aged from three to 11 were involved in a variety of activities which highlighted the importance of stamping out bullying.
School worker Jayne Hoyle said: "It was an overwhelming experience to see over 430 children holding up the blue bunting and shouting: `Say no to bullying.' "
And at Crosland Moor Junior School more than 400 pupils held hands to make a huge human chain to show they were united against bullies.
Over a week of work youngsters created blue bands and posters with anti-bullying messages.
Blue is the colour of the anti-bullying movement.
School worker Beverley Taylor said: "The children
all agree with message and want to make sure bullying doesn't happen in their school."