A CREATIVE teenager designed badges and a banner that was used in his college to support anti-bullying.
Andrew Westcott, 18, created the pieces that were used in Doncaster College to raise awareness about people’s behaviour towards each other and what they can do if they felt they were being bullied.
The Wheatley teen, who is studying interactive media at The Hub campus, also volunteered to help support the anti-bullying campaign.
He said: “I got involved by asking if anybody needed help. I really enjoyed doing it and to work on a live brief is a good experience and useful.
“When I’ve finished this course I’m looking to go to university to do graphic design.”
The Anti-Bullying national campaign was held from November 19 to 23 of this year.