National Day of Action - Bullying No Way Day
Friday 17 March was the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence.
This year, Darwin High School held “The Wire” activity where students demonstrated their stand against bullying and violence by writing positive and supportive messages around bullying prevention.
Students wrote messages in language, as inspirational quotes and as simple statements.
Darwin High School also launched its Bullying No Way media competition, where students can submit a poster, video, song, poem or meme to promote bullying prevention and promoting a supportive community. There will be major prizes for the top 3 entries and students have until May 26 to submit their entry to [email protected].
Darwin High School is committed to ensuring that all our students have a safe learning environment where their educational capacity can thrive. We are proud to make this stand against bullying together.
In 2016, 1200 students from across the City Schools Cluster united on the Darwin High oval to spell out ‘Bullying No Way!’. The event was filmed for use in a new national television advertisement for the 2017 National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence campaign.
You can watch the advertisement featuring students from Darwin High, Darwin Middle, Larrakeyah Primary, Ludmilla Primary, Stuart Park Primary and Parap Primary schools by clicking the link below.