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School takes a stand against bullying

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March 27, 2018

Shantae Watt-Fotia, principal Kimberley Tempest, assistant principal Dianne Ferguson, and college captain Baneen Alrubayi in front of the wall.

In recognition of the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence on March 16, Cobram Secondary College students took part in a day of activities to develop their understanding of bullying.
The students took the opportunity to make a stand against bullying in the face of much media discussion around the issue.
At lunchtime, students had the chance to contribute to the school’s very own anti-bullying pledge wall.
The wall is where students confirmed their commitment to preventing bullying by agreeing to stand strong against all bullying behaviours. 
All students took part in a class workshop designed by the Bullying NO Way organisation, which was both interactive and highly informative.

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