Students and staff from the college as well as several Gloucester players donned t-shirts emblazoned with 'unite to beat the bullies' to highlight their anti-bullying stance.
Hartpury College student, and England's best college golfer, Ryan Pope said:
"It's important that everyone at the college unites together to make sure we all realise that any form of bullying is not acceptable; inside or outside of Hartpury."
Pope, who had his picture taken alongside Tindall, added:
"The anti-bullying week has helped to highlight the issue and make sure people are aware of the impacts that it can have on people."
The photo shoot was part of a range of activities which included wristbands and leaflets to raise awareness as well as stalls around campus aimed at educating people on the issues surrounding bullying.
These activities will continue over the coming year as the college continues its campaign alongside Beat Bullying.