Children at a Toryglen nursery have taken on the fight against dog fouling.
A group of youngsters at Ardnahoe in recently carried out a litter pick around their nursery building.
During the short trip round the streets, they found themselves warning each other about dog poo on the ground, counting 11 in all.
The kids were keen to put a stop to the problem and with the help of eco coordinator, Linda McNaught, they made their own signs asking locals to make sure the bag it and bin it when their pets do their business.
Ella Barnes, 4, was involved in the litter pick and said: “Glasgow will be disgusting if we don’t pick our litter up.
“I’m happy we helped make the streets more clean and hope there’s no more dog poo.”
The children carry out regular litter picks around their school, with equipment supplied by Clean Glasgow.
This has helped them develop a host of different skills.
They improved their health and wellbeing knowledge by learning about the impact of litter and dog poo on their community, enhanced their literacy and technology skills via the creation of the signs and overall made a positive change in their community.
Ardnahoe head teacher, Janet Moffat, said: “At our school we want to focus on letting the children make a difference, rather than doing things for them.
“It was the children who suggested we look at neighbouring streets, and we’re grateful to Clean Glasgow for providing us with high visibility jackets and litter picking sticks. The pupils enjoyed the experience and are really keen to do more to keep the streets clean with litter pickings now a