Great focus being placed on anti- bullying
Mr. Thomas Holmes, President of CARIMAN, addressed the students of the Convent High School on Wednesday November 20th, educating them on the ways that bullying can be tackled.
Close attention is being focused on cyber bullying, as this is the most prevalent type in our society.
Mr. Holmes explained that children with low self-esteem are the ones who engage in bullying others, he therefore urged the students to deviate from such acts, by respecting themselves as well as their classmates.
He also encouraged the young ladies to refrain from retaliation and take charge of their lives by maintaining high self-esteem.
The Convent High School was the first school to create awareness and initiate policies to create an anti-bullying society.