Students write messages on 'anti-bullying tree'

Students write messages on 'anti-bullying tree'

Francis Batt

Students write messages on 'anti-bullying tree'

An anti-bullying tree has been set up at Berkshire College of Agriculture.

It was designed by Natasha Hall, who is the student development officer and counsellor at the college in Burchetts Green - all part of national anti-bullying week.

Natasha said: "The tree is a great way of showing our students, staff and visitors that we don't tolerate bullying. Each leaf on the tree has a message written by students."

The college believes that the best establishments are not those that insist bullying does not happen on the premises - but those that take steps to prevent it and respond quickly when it does.

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