‘Better to be a friend, not a bully’ message

PUBLISHED: 12:30 29 November 2016

St Joseph school children taking part in a anti bullying workshop. Ref exe 45-16TI 1732. Picture: Terry Ife

St Joseph school children taking part in a anti bullying workshop. Ref exe 45-16TI 1732. Picture: Terry Ife

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Children at St Joseph’s Primary School explored the virtue of friendship as they took part in anti-bullying workshops.

St Joseph school children taking part in a anti bullying workshop. Ref exe 45-16TI 1730. Picture: Terry IfeSt Joseph school children taking part in a anti bullying workshop. Ref exe 45-16TI 1730. Picture: Terry Ife

Bigfoot Arts Education, a creative-based learning company, hosted interactive workshops for pupils across the school, teaching them how to deal with bullying.

The drama workshop company, whose attendance was in line with national anti-bullying week, also held an assembly for the whole school to teach the children about the importance of friendship.

St Joseph’s Primary School teacher Chantelle Robertson said: “The children really enjoyed exploring friendship through various drama activities.

“It was a really fun, hands-on workshop. The children were really thinking about the issues involved.”

St Joseph school children taking part in a anti bullying workshop. Ref exe 45-16TI 1727. Picture: Terry IfeSt Joseph school children taking part in a anti bullying workshop. Ref exe 45-16TI 1727. Picture: Terry Ife

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