A CREATIVE Port Glasgow pupil has a design for life after creating the new logo for her school's nursery.

St Francis' Nursery were looking for a new emblem to include on their new polo shirts and sweatshirts.

They asked the pupils from the primary school to lend a hand by putting forward submissions and Megan Perry's entry came out on top.

Carrie Murphy, depute head of the nursery, said: “The pupils at the school all had a go at designing a logo and we then put all the entries on the wall for parents to vote for the winner and then pick the colours for the new jumpers.

“It was great to involve the school and all the entries were very impressive.

"The parents picked the winner but it wasn’t an easy job.”

Primary five pupil Megan's design focused on nature and animals and caught the eyes of those voting.

Now she is delighted to see her design on the jumpers of the little ones, who all gave the new logo the thumbs-up.

Megan, 10, said: “I know Saint Francis of Assisi is the patron saint of animals so including animals was the first thing that popped into my head.

“I included a giraffe, a sheep and a rhino and petals and colours to represent outdoors and nature.

“We only had a wee while to design it so I never thought I’d win, all the entries were great.”

Megan was announced as the winner at an assembly.

She said: “I was nervous when I found out I had won because you have to go up and everyone is clapping and looking at you, but now I’m proud and all the nursery children like it.

“My family are proud too.

"It's cool that my design will be used by the nursery for years.”