INTERNATIONAL bullying awareness week 2014 saw a wide range of activities at Swans.
A school-wide survey and post-it campaign asked students to write a message about bullying, creating a huge display of hundreds of messages.
Teacher Ian Wilmott, who helped organise events, said: “Swans should be proud of the work they are doing in this area – helping students to understand the damage that bullying can do.”
Creative kids penned messages and even filmed a video montage set to music, which was played to a packed theatre.
“The students’ video was really the highlight of the week,” added Headteacher, Catherine Davies, added. “We work hard to make sure we stamp bullying out”.
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