Pupils from a Northumberland First School got to put their advice into good practice after winning a firework safety competition.
Police Community Support Officer Darin Fawcett had given 'Safety on Bonfire Night ' presentations to youngsters in primary schools in Warkworth and Amble.
Following this the artistic pupils set to work on their safety posters with the top entries by pupils from Amble County First School winning family passes to an organised firework display in Alnwick.
The tickets were kindly donated by Nick Lewis of Alnwick and District Round Table which has organised a Firework Display in Alnwick on November 3.
PCSO Fawcett, who is part of Amble Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “This is the fourth year the Round Table has donated these passes to the winners of the Firework Safety Competitions which we’ve held at the local first schools.
“We want everyone to have a safe and enjoyable Bonfire Night and want to make pupils and parents aware of the organised events that are being held in the region.”
Last year Hadston youngster India Redhead suffered an eye injury after a stray firework struck her at a family party.
She features in a DVD produced by Tyne and Wear Fire Service about the dangers of fireworks which PCSO Fawcett showed at his presentations.
PCSO Fawcett said: “India’s story just shows how dangerous fireworks can be even when people are taking every care.”