PUPILS made promises to beat bullying and look out for one another in a special assembly.
It was the culmination of months of work exploring friendship and when teasing turns into being mean.
Youngsters at Oldfield Primary School, in Oldfield Lane North, Greenford, had come up with their own definitions of bullying in a week of understanding last year.
They included 'someone who enjoys hurting others', 'when something happens more than once' and 'racism and saying sorry but not meaning it'.
From this year they worked on ways of being a good friend and each class announced their results at the assembly last month.
They ranged from looking out for younger children to telling teachers about bullying.
It is all part of the school's Be a Buddy Not a Bully project, which has seen messages drawn up in posters and a large artwork depicting a no entry sign with paper outlines of the children's hands stuck on top highlighting their commitment not to bully others.
Headteacher Elizabeth Day said: "I'm absolutely delighted that the children have once again come up with something so pertinent. We want them to know we care about how they feel."