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School communities unite against bullying

Anti-bullying teachers

STAFF at Guardian Angels’ School, Wynnum, on the eighth National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence sent a clear message that bullying is never okay. The day of action united school communities across Australia who were called to imagine a world free from bullying. Guardian Angels’ staff joined thousands of staff and students who were helping find workable solutions ... Read More »

Catholic schools leader to help tackle cyberbullying in Queensland Premier’s task force


RECOMMENDATIONS from the Catholic education sector on how to deal with the rise of cyberbullying in schools will be considered by a new Queensland Government task force. Queensland Catholic Education Commission executive director Dr Lee-Anne Perry was announced as one of the 14 members of the Queensland Anti-Bullying Task Force, which will make recommendations for community and government action to ... Read More »

Catholic education leaders support Queensland premier’s plans to stop bullying

QUEENSLAND’S key advocate for Catholic schools believes Australian leaders can help reduce bullying among young people by examining how they behave in public. Queensland Catholic Education Commission executive director Dr Lee-Anne Perry was among 40 stakeholders invited to a bullying and cyberbullying roundtable discussion hosted by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk on January 29. The meeting came after the shock suicide ... Read More »

Catholic education leader urges parents to tackle bullying at home following Dolly Everett’s shock suicide

Dolly Everett

PARENTS sending their children back to school are being warned to spot early signs of bullying and know what steps to take if their child is being targetted online. Online harassment and youth suicide have made headlines this month after it was revealed 14-year-old Amy “Dolly” Everett, the “face” of the Akubra hat ad campaign, was the latest young Australian ... Read More »

Chisholm community says ‘No’ to bullying

Chisholm Catholic College

THE community of  Chisholm Catholic College stood together to confront bullying on March 20. They united for the  National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence, gathering on the oval to form a “NO” as action against a serious problem for Catholic students.  This initiative was driven by the assistant principal Tracey Williamson, Chisholm Student Leadership team and Student Support Leaders.  Chisholm ... Read More »

Schools stand against bullying

By Emilie Ng QUEENSLAND education leaders have backed the national campaign to end schoolyard and online bullying in schools across the state. Leaders raised their concerns about bullying to mark the National Day Against Bullying and Violence held on March 20. An estimated 144 registered for the national day of action, a result that pleased Queensland Catholic Education Commission executive ... Read More »

Schools are in harmony when it comes to anti-bullying message

THE message was clear “Say No to Bullying” and it resonated throughout Brisbane Catholic Education schools on Harmony Day on March 21. It was a theme endorsed by staff, students and parents who arrived at schools dressed in orange to highlight the anti-bullying message and promote a tolerant and culturally diverse society. Harmony Day is a day of cultural respect ... Read More »

Bullying given the gentle push

STUDENTS at Southern Cross Catholic College signed off on bullying during the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence on March 21. The school’s senior campus at Scarborough, on the Redcliffe Peninsula, pledged against bullying by placing their signatures on a 10m orange banner. The banner will remain a constant reminder of the school’s zero tolerance towards bullying. Middle ... Read More »

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