Thursday, April 25, 2024

No-bullying zone


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Bullying is off-limits.
That is the message being sent to bullies as thousands of children prepare for an intensive outreach programme to stamp out bullying in Barbados.
Shawn Clarke, chief executive officer of Supreme Counselling for Personal Development, said four schools – Frederick Smith, Lester Vaughan, Grantley Adams (all secondary) and Wesley Hall Infants (primary) – were involved in the preliminary effort, with each having its own programme.
The initiative was launched with a ceremony at Hilton Barbados yesterday.

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