Sophie Lazenby from The Hayfield School in Doncaster produced the overall winning entry for the 2015 Playsafe competition:
The winner of the 12-17 category and overall winner, Go George the Giggling Giraffe, was created by Sophie Lazenby, aged 14 from The Hayfield School in Doncaster.
The winner in the 6-11 category is Dr Ellie created by Jessica Walker-Selfe, aged 11 and Georgia Wright, aged 10 from Minster Church of England Primary School, Kent.
The winner in the special school category is Ultra Tech Ted 2020 created by Jack Williams, aged 14 from Laleham Gap School, Kent.
The runner-up in the 12-17 category is Spaceman Simon created by James Hall, aged 15, from Queen Elizabeth's Grammer School, Kent.
The runner-up in the 6-11 category was Sea Shore Manor by Bethany Newton, aged 11, from Painters Ash Primary School, Kent.
CTSI’s chief executive Leon Livermore said: “This competition is a great way to engage children and young people in a fun way while raising awareness about the importance of safety features in the design of toys. The key elements the judges are looking for in the entries are a fun and different design and clear attention to the safety of it in use.
Roland Earl, director general of British Toy and Hobby Association, said: " We were hugely impressed with the excellence and creativity demonstrated this year. The high standard of entries received made deciding on a winner an extremely difficult task for the judges! I would like to thank all of the schools and students that took part in 2015, and we look forward to seeing next years entries'. "
The Playsafe stand took a new approach for 2015. The stand had a beach theme with cup cakes, palm trees and animals.