Marshland students train in a national anti bullying programme
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Students from Marshland have been trained as anti bullying ambassadors as part of the national Diana Award.
The school has formed a group called Marshland Against Bullying which is being led by the trained ambassadors.
A school spokesman said: “They are looking to raise awareness of bullying and the potential effects of such behaviour.
“Bullying is not a problem at Marshland High School but our students are also providing support at lunch times for any students who are having any problems with school or friendship groups.
“Last month was National Kindness Day and Marshland students have been taking time to think about what it means to be kind and how to show this to others.
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“Students made kindness pledges which have been put together to create a wall which is shown in pictures.”
The students who are trained ambassadors are Lewis Quinney, Daniel Towell, Seb Komar, Georgia Snape and Rhiannon Woods.
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