To mark National Anti Bullying Day on Friday 15 March, our Year 7 Digital Technology classes worked on creating wristbands as part of their Cyber Bullying studies.
Year 7 student Aiden McGuiness reflected, “I think it is important to study cyber bullying in class because we are in an age when people can easily fall victim to this problem. Knowing how to stop cyberbullying is essential nowadays. My wristband was inspired by the idea that when you make people look bad on the internet, you never look good. The wristband project teaches us not to be bullies. The problem of cyber bullying has gotten so big that stopping to reflect on National Anti Bullying Day is important.”