“The people who are letting their dogs do this won’t listen to people telling them to pick up, but if people report them, they will be fined and that might act as a deterrent.”
Last week, banners went up at the school, giving the number to call if anyone spots someone letting their dog foul.
Ali explained that people can give descriptions of the dogs to the dog wardens, who can try and track down the owners.
Along with other concerned parents, she will be delivering 1000 leaflets to homes around the school with information, in the next couple of weeks.
“It was so hard to choose a winning design, there were a lot of good ideas.
“We chose the one by Olivia Bilsland.
“The kids have been really fantastic and understand why we are doing this.”
A council spokesperson said: “We welcome this project which is being developed by the local community as our animal welfare team are always working with local residents to combat the nuisance of dog fouling.
“It is important that we hear from members of the public, who can contact us by calling 01738 476476 if they are aware of fouling in a particular area or areas.
“This information enables us to investigate and take steps to tackle the problem.”