A teenager with cerebral palsy has made a cartoon video about her condition so her classmates can "stop staring" and understand.
Tegan Vincent-Cooke was the first person with cerebal palsy to go to her school in Bristol, and told the BBC "it was hard".
In her cartoon, the 14-year-old says: "The absolute worse part of school is walking down the corridors between lessons and the unwanted attention I get from other kids.
"I feel trapped with their eyes on me. I have nowhere to hide from their stares and it makes me feel really uncomfortable."
"It was quite upsetting and lonely," the teenager says. "Maybe because they didn't know what to say or how to approach me when I'm walking.
After writing about her experiences, she enlisted the help of professional animators, a narrator and producer to bring her words to life in an animation.
Vincent-Cooke helped fundraise money for the cartoon by doing cake sales, and she says since then, people have been asking "lots more questions".