TEENAGER Isabelle Barsby has been chosen as a school's lead ambassador as part of an anti-bullying campaign inspired by Princess Diana.

Lavington School, near Devizes, now has 20 students trained as anti-bullying ambassadors and have undergone an intense training day to teach them how to offer support.

Pupils from Years 7 to 10 volunteered to take part in the Diana Award Anti-bullying programme and at the end of the day Isabelle, 14, was voted as leader and her team is now ready to go into action.

Now the ambassadors have been split into three groups and Lotte Mann and Victorian Langham both in Year 10 will lead the other teams.

Isabelle said: "It was fantastic to see the way the students ambassadors worked together and how keen they to develop ideas about positivity and respect. If there’s anything to take away from our scheme at Lavington School it’s that our aim is to leave an impact on people in our school community, whether it’s on anti-bullying, awareness or spreading smiles, we are ready to face the upcoming year with all hands at the ready."