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PUPILS from two schools have been praised for their work in a campaign to tackle sexting.

Hampshire police asked schools to come up with a campaign to warn of the dangers of sharing naked images.

Purbrook Park School in Waterlooville and Springfield School in Portsmouth, made it to the finals but did not win.

Robert May’s School in Odiham won the competition, judged at Netley on Friday, for their animation. In a survey, 36 out of 852 said knew someone involved or affected by sexting.