CHILDREN from Burrington School found a new way to tell the world about caring for each other.
They launched anti-bullying messages on more than 30 balloons released from their playground.
It came at the end of a week of events promoted by the national charity, BeatBullying.
After the children's yellow and green balloons lifted off, teacher Lully Newman said: "It was a lovely thing to do and I don't think any of them will forget it."
The balloon idea came from one of the parents, Gemma Boyd, who's also a trainee teaching assistant and a member of the Parents and Friends Association.
The anti-bullying campaign formed part of the school's personal, health and economics education.
Lully Newman added: "We thought it would be a really nice way to support what the children have learned.
"Each child wrote their own message on a balloon about how to tackle bullying, about being kind and to care if someone's upset."
She added: "We wrote the school address on the back of each one and we hope people will come back to us if they find them."