PUPILS from a Paisley school were given a lesson on how to deal with abuse by St Mirren’s number one.

Danny Rogers took time out from protecting the Premiership side’s net to speak to children from Ralston Primary last week. 

He joined NSPCC’s Scotland staff and volunteers to help deliver their ‘Speak Out Stay Safe’ campaign, which aims to help children understand abuse in all forms and learn how to protect themselves.

Danny Rogers said: “The assemblies were brilliant, it was good to get the children involved and to let them know what they can do if they have any worries.”