Students make vibrant stand against bullying

April 04, 2018

Taylor Murray and Charlie Watson.

Evie Coghill and Jorja Lethlean.

Abbey Glen, Brooklyn Sparkes and Ethan Bird.

Hailey Johnstone, Ruby Bruton and Charlie McEwan-Thelfall.

Keeley Major, Sonny Wright and Harry Rasmussen.

Ameika White, Indy Bruton and Kaylah Moon.

Lily Reid, Brock Keenan and Charlie Godden.

Tahlia Taylor, Sienna Weeks and Jade Peake.

ROCHESTER Primary School students wore their brightest colours recently to make a vibrant stand against bullying.

This year’s casual dress day coincided with the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence.

A cause close to students’ hearts.

‘‘While this day doesn’t raise any money, it does raise vital awareness among students, putting the issue of bullying back into the spotlight,’’ principal Graeme Hodgens said.

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