An East Perthshire youngster has shown she has designs on combating racism.
Straloch Primary’s Hannah Jennison was recently crowned the winner of a poster competition run by equality champions Show Racism the Red Card.
Her football-themed entry features Planet Earth surrounded by children of all cultures holding hands and was voted best in the P1 to P4 category.
The drawing will feature in a nationwide school-based campaign to eradicate discrimination, led by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA).
Past and present stars of the beautiful game handed over prizes during a ceremony at Hampden Park, in Glasgow, this week.
Billy Singh, Scottish campaign manager for Show Racism the Red Card, said: “Since the first award ceremony in 2003, the competition has been a highly successful component of our anti-racism campaign.
“I continue to be amazed at the creativity our young people display in finding ways to send a clear message that there is no place for racism in Scottish society.”
Billy continued: “Hannah wants racism to stop because she rightly believes we’re all the same on the inside.”
SQA chief executive Dr Janet Brown said: “We are delighted to support this creative competition.
“We committed to promoting a fair and inclusive Scotland.”
Source: Perthshire Advertiser