NO WAY: Warwick High school captain Ella Gartery shows her support for action against bullying.
NO WAY: Warwick High school captain Ella Gartery shows her support for action against bullying. Jonno Colfs

NO WAY: WSHS speaks out against bullying

WARWICK High has spoken out loudly and proudly against bullying, on the national day of action.

Dozens of students gathered during their lunch break to show their support.

Amali Millard, 13, said bullying had to stop.

"It happens in lots of different forms and it's just not right at all,” she said.

"It's great to talk about it and get across messages like Bullying No Way!”

Students created a special artwork, which will serve as a reminder to speak out about bullying at school.



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