Pupils presented with Princess Diana award

PUBLISHED: 17:00 27 July 2013

Windwhistle Peer Mediators, Adam Brown, Ellen Swetman, Katie Bishop, Louise Tanner, Lucy Tanner, Kornelia Harasimiuk, Deena Haddi and Tia Lee pictured with the award and their certificates.

Windwhistle Peer Mediators, Adam Brown, Ellen Swetman, Katie Bishop, Louise Tanner, Lucy Tanner, Kornelia Harasimiuk, Deena Haddi and Tia Lee pictured with the award and their certificates.

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For six years the school’s group has aimed to improve life at school and home for children. The programme cuts down on bullying by teaching children how to co-operate, listen and mediate. Twelve year five pupils are trained each year and then take part in a rota when they reach year six.

The Diana Award was established in 1999 as a lasting legacy to the Princess of Wales’ belief that young people have the power to change the world.

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