Bullying No Way at Mater Dei

15 March 2019

Staff and students at Mater Dei College are making a stand against bullying.  

In the week leading up to the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence on Friday 15 March, the college was empowering students to get together and start conversations about how to make a real difference. 

Embracing the 2019 theme of ‘Bullying. No Way! Take action every day’, the college focused on different topics including kindness, diversity and cyber bullying with activities including a ‘Diversity Tree’ and ‘Kindness Matters’ notices to inspire random acts of kindness. 

CEWA Executive Director Dr Debra Sayce visits students and Principal Annette Morey at Mater Dei College in the lead up to the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence

On Friday, the National Day of Action, students constructed a chain with pieces of paper on which they had written ideas for how they could make their school a safe place for their peers.

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