Safety conscious pupils have won a place in the national finals of a competition with their video on road safety.
The teenagers from Kenilworth School created the clip to encourage safety on the roads for younger children.
They will present the footage to a panel of expert judges at the Peugeot Student Road Safety awards on October 21.
Along with 35 other regional winners, the team will meet the transport secretary as part of the awards which were inspired by Warwick man, Paul Kerr whose 17-year-old son was killed in a road accident.
Mr Kerr called for more graphic road safety adverts following the death of his son.
The idea is to raise awareness of road safety issues to people at a young age in hope of reducing the risks from new and young drivers.
The winning project could be used in future Government road safety campaigns.