Brightly coloured wooden children's trains are being unveiled today to Devon primary school pupils.
It's part of an anti-bullying project and they've helped design the trains - but haven't seen the finished project.
Schools involved include Teign School, Thurlestone, West Alvington, Warberry and Ellacombe .
In the past pupils from South Devon College have created specially designed wooden benches and this year they're creating 'friendship trains'.
The trains are seen as a 'safe areas for students who may feel isolated or upset through bullying, with teachers then spotting them with ease'.
After the reveal, the bright and eye-catching trains will be used as new playing apparatus in each of the schools playgrounds.
The wooden train structures have been created from the efforts of South Devon College Level 1 and 2 Construction students.
The timber used for the project has been supplied by Inter-Line Building Supplies South West, with the paint supplied by Zinsser.
The schools involved include;
- Teign School,
- All Saints Marsh C of E Primary,
- Thurlestone All Saints Church of England Primary,
- West Alvington Primary,
- Charleton Church of England Primary,
- Warberry Church of England Academy,
- Ellacombe Academy,
- Dunsford Community Primary School