St Pius X College win National Anti-Bullying Week competition

Anti-Bullying Week this year encouraged schools to Make A Noise About Bullying and St Pius X College, Magherafelt, did just that and won a national competition in the process.
04-December-23
Photo: Chris Lindsay, Education Authority, drawing the lucky winner with Aaron Ball, CEO of CyberSyd).

Anti-Bullying Week this year encouraged schools to Make A Noise About Bullying and St Pius X College, Magherafelt, did just that and won a national competition in the process.

The Anti-Bullying Alliance is a coalition of individuals and organisations that are united against bullying and each year they co-ordinate Anti-Bullying Week activities in Northern Ireland, England and Wales. This year they also ran a competition to win a free annual subscription to CyberSyd, a platform which young people can use to report bullying in schools.

St Pius X College’s Junior Leadership Team produced a video which they shared with all students along with a pen to remind them of the key Anti-Bullying Week message - Make A Noise About Bullying. This was selected as the lucky winner by the Education Authority’s Chris Lindsay, who many schools will know due to his co-ordinating role in the Take 5 initiative.

Mrs Irene McCann of St Pius X, said, “We are absolutely delighted to have won this competition. Well done to everyone who was involved in Anti-Bullying Week and in the production and sharing of this video. CyberSyd is an invaluable service for our pupils to report bullying and we’re committed to making a noise about bullying in every way that we can.”

Photo: Chris Lindsay, Education Authority, drawing the lucky winner with Aaron Ball, CEO of CyberSyd).Photo: Chris Lindsay, Education Authority, drawing the lucky winner with Aaron Ball, CEO of CyberSyd).Photo: Chris Lindsay, Education Authority, drawing the lucky winner with Aaron Ball, CEO of CyberSyd).
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