Six Henry Beaufort students will receive a Headteacher Award for highlighting internet safety at Weeke Primary School.

Tilly, Archie, Matthew, Joseph, Maisie, and Oliver delivered advice on how to stay protected online to four different classes.

Equipped with their own personal experiences, they gave detailed information on the topic.

They held small group discussions with five to six students, answering a variety of questions on the topic of e-safety and internet usage.

The Headteacher Award recognises the maturity and expertise the six students demonstrated whilst educating the younger pupils on such a vital yet sensitive subject.

Mr Farrell, assistant head of Year 9 and curriculum leader of computer science, said: "The students were fantastic, delivering this very important message at Weeke Primary School. Their ability to communicate effectively and educate younger students on such an important topic was admirable."