Teens teach anti-bullying

Regan Collier-Baker (Peer Mentor LSA), Thomas Battle, Emily Williams (both pupils at Heyhouses) and Nathan Price, (Peer Mentor LSA).
Regan Collier-Baker (Peer Mentor LSA), Thomas Battle, Emily Williams (both pupils at Heyhouses) and Nathan Price, (Peer Mentor LSA).
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Students from Lytham St Annes Technology College have taken their school’s successful Pyramid Club on a roadshow.

The teenagers have visited schools across the Fylde to work with Year Six pupils, helping them to understand that to take a stand against bullying behaviour is everyone’s responsibility.

Topics covered included showing respect for ourselves and others, who to talk if you’re having problems when starting secondary school and cyber-bullying.

Pyramid Club worker and peer mentor Sue Strother said: “We stressed to the children that we all have a part to play in stopping it so we can all live in a safe and calm environment.”

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