Pupils were showing racism the red card
Cathkin High arranged for the Red Card charity to deliver a programme of anti-racism at the school.
The charity aims to teach young people about the dangers of racism and how to challenge it safely.
Second year pupils were involved in workshops with help from ex-Rangers, Hearts and Scotland midfielder Derek Ferguson, and ex-Hibernian winger Michael Weir, who took a fitness approach to the issue, bringing in their experiences from their football days.
During the class sessions students learned about the misleading information and stereotypes in the media.
The project focused on the four key groups subject to racism or inequality, which where: religion, nationality, skin colour and culture.
This project taught pupils a lot they didn’t know about racism.