Students get stuck in with sticker making campaign to combat cyber-bullying
Students at The Perse have pioneered an initiative to combat cyber-bullying, designing eye-catching stickers to be put on the backs of phones. The aim of the project is for individuals to pause before they put something on social media, with the stickers reminding people about the potentially harmful effects posts of social media can have.
In conversation with Year 11 student Mel West and Head of Year 11 James Rhatigan, they discussed how they implemented the idea, the impact the programme has had and how they see the programme expanding in the future.
To hear more about the project, listen to the interview with Mel and James Rhatigan below: