PUPILS from Clyde Primary took to the street to take part in a strike today.

The youngsters worked hard to prepare for the the Global Climate Strike by making posters and signs.

Teacher Neil Scott said: "Our whole upper school demonstrated for #ClimateJustice today! It was loud, and they did us proud!"

Pupils walked while shouting: "We want climate justice! We want it NOW!"

The global strike will see scores of people across the world strike, from school and businesses, to raise awareness about the detrimental impact of climate change on September 20.

Read more: Clyde Primary pupils make their voices heard on climate change

Earlier this year, pupils at the school made their voices heard on the issue of climate change at a Glasgow City Council debate.

They made suggestions for solutions to some of the problems they have identified.

Councillor Michael Cullen highlighted the pupils' concerns and suggestions during a full council meeting in May.