The Poppy Day Appeal inspired the students. Photo: Pete Sofroniou
Students from a south London school have designed a badge to show their stand against knife and gun crime.
Black Rose badge was designed by students from Stockwell Park High School, a business and enterprise college and training school.
Youngsters wearing the badge will show their commitment to opposing violence and commemorate victims of knife and gun crime in the capital.
The designers of the pin badge drew inspiration from the Poppy Day Appeal.
The school said the pupils aimed to create a product or service based on the Olympic values of determination, excellence, friendship, courage, respect, inspiration and equality.
The design team decided reflect youngsters' concerns about street safety and crime
The school said it will celebrate Black Rose Month every year and form the Black Rose Foundation which will fund and develop sustainable projects for young people.