TAKING ACTION: Year 9 students from multiple schools in the Ballina Shire at the launch of the new anti-bullying program. Mireille Merlet-Shaw
TAKING ACTION: Year 9 students from multiple schools in the Ballina Shire at the launch of the new anti-bullying program. Mireille Merlet-Shaw Mireille Merlet-Shaw

Students ingeniously putting an end to bullying

SICK of the bullying, a coalition of 110 Ballina Shire school students have been working hard over the last few months to make a change.

Teams of Year 9 students from six schools have been creating an Inspiring Change Challenge campaign aimed at reducing bullying among their peers., budgeting, researching and forming innovative ideas.

Next week judges will decide on the best project and a TV commercial will be made, based on the winner's ideas.

Also, check out the project's Facebook page (which has recently hit 100 likes!) and like and share it. 

See more here.



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