Students Promote Pink Shirt Day

Some of our student leaders have been working hard to organise a challenge for the anti-bullying campaign; Pink Shirt Day. To compete in the challenge you needed to demonstrate exemplary behaviour, and if a teacher caught you doing that you would get a mystery token, then the house with the most tokens would win a mufti day.Some examples include picking up rubbish, holding the door open for others, being polite and respectful, including others, and sharing. The idea came from a student leader meeting, and after a while, D’Angelo had finalised the designs. Then the tokens were manufactured with a laser cutter, and painted by Chris and Matthew.

In the top photo from the left, student leaders: Chris Kumala (Chief Token Manufacturer), D’Angelo Maclaren (Token Designer) and Matthew Fitness (Token Manufacturer)

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