Anti-Bullying Competition at St Paul’s

This year, Anti-Bullying week takes place from 17th – 21st November. To promote Anti-Bullying week, there will be a poster competition running that will allow students to use their creative skills to design a poster, write a song, create a video or write a poem to demonstrate how we can all ‘End Bullying Together’. All […]

Anti Bullying, Competitions, Cyber bullying, Events, News, Students

Anita sets up anti-bullying website to help victims

This article first appeared in the Belfast Telegraph on 13 November 2014. You could never describe inspirational student Anita Dennison as a victim and yet when she was just 16 she endured a relentless year long hate campaign by anonymous cyberbullies. Support from her family and school got her through what were horrific months suffering […]

Anti Bullying, Cyber bullying, News, Students, Year 14

Anti Bullying Co-ordinator visits St Paul’s

Pictured is Mr Stephen Quinn, Ms Christine Fearon (Head of Pastoral Care), Leanne McGuinness (Head Girl), Joseph Mee (Year 8 Mentor), Anita Dennison (Anti Bullying Mentor) Blaise McKnight (Head Boy), Eimear Hoey (Year 8 Mentor) and Lee Kane (Anti Bullying Co-ordinator). Lee Kane, Anti Bullying Co-ordinator with NI Anti Bullying Forum, recently visited St Paul’s to deliver Peer Mentoring […]

Anti Bullying, Cyber bullying, News, Senior Prefect Team, Students, Year 8

Safer Internet Day 2014

‘Let’s create a better internet together.’ Safer Internet Day is celebrated worldwide on Tuesday 11th February.  St Paul’s embraced this opportunity to promote Internet Safety both inside and outside school. Pupils in Year 8 – 12 were shown a presentation during their weekly assembly to increase awareness of their use of the internet. They were […]

Announcements, Cyber bullying, Internet Safety Day 2014

St Paul’s students say ‘No’ to Cyber Bullying

As part of Anti-Bullying week, which ran from 18-22 November, the Senior Prefect Team at St Paul’s launched their Anti-Cyber bullying campaign. The Senior Prefects chose to focus on cyber bullying in particular because they felt it is a type of bullying that affects many young people today. They discovered in their research that there has […]

Announcements, Cyber bullying, News, Students

Anti-Cyber Bullying Heroes rewarded!

The Senior Prefect team at St Paul’s High School, who co-ordinated the recent Anti-Cyber Bullying Campaign received two hundred and fifty entries from students across junior and senior school. This was an excellent response and evidence of the effectiveness of the campaign in its aim to improve awareness about the negative impact that cyber bulling […]

Competitions, Cyber bullying, News, Students, Success

‘NO’ to Cyber Bullying at St Paul’s

Pictured above is students from the Year 14 Senior Prefect team, giving a talk to Year 11 pupils at Assembly about Cyber Bullying.  As part of their Anti Cyber Bullying Campaign, the Senior Prefect Team at St Paul’s have been taking assemblies all week to ensure that awareness about the effects and consequences of cyber […]

Cyber bullying, News, Senior Prefect Team, Senior Prefects, Student Council, Students

Anti Cyber Bullying Campaign launched at St Paul’s

Pictured above is the Senior Prefect Team at St Paul’s that launched their first ever Anti Cyber Bullying Campaign. Also in the picture is Vice Principal Mr Jarlath Burns, Head of Year 14 Ms Christine Fearon and Year 8 students. As part of November being National Anti Bullying Month, the Senior Prefect Team at St […]

Cyber bullying, News, Senior Prefect Team, Senior Prefects, Staff, Students

Stamp out Cyber bullying!

“Don’t be mean behind the screen!”   That’s our message to cyber bullies this month, as we draw attention to the problem and provide advice to any students who may suffering from bullying online. Our senior prefect team are leading a campaign in St Paul’s in November to combat cyber bullying and to raise attention […]

Announcements, Cyber bullying, ICT, Internet Safety, News, Pastoral, Senior Prefect Team, Student Council, Students

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