Scone Grammar make a stand together against bullying
The school community of Scone Grammar School made a stand against bullying on Tuesday March 13, uniting in pink for Pink Shirt Day.
Scone Grammar School joined forces with schools across the Upper Hunter as part of an initiative of the Upper Hunter Youth Council to recognise Pink Shirt Day. Pink Shirt Day raises awareness and takes a stand against bullying.
The Pink Shirt Day movement started in 2017 when a student in the USA was bullied for wearing a pink shirt. His fellow students decided to take a stand, they each bought pink shirts to show they support.
The playground and classrooms across the Scone Grammar School campus were a sea of pink. Well done everyone for being part of raising this awareness!