Youngsters take a stand against the bullies

YOUNGSTERS at the 115-pupil referral centre in Kentish Town took a stand against bullies last Thursday. They joined in a national project called Beat The Bullies. The centre on Brecknock Road teaches youngsters who have been unable to settle in mainstream

YOUNGSTERS at the 115-pupil referral centre in Kentish Town took a stand against bullies last Thursday.

They joined in a national project called Beat The Bullies.

The centre on Brecknock Road teaches youngsters who have been unable to settle in mainstream schools and need specialist attention.

Key Stage 2 pupils Anwar Ali, Christopher Fage, Nathan Crawford, Calvin Collins, Ruqiya Osman and Adam Merigan (pictured) held up banners to send a clear message to bullies not to pick on others.


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