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Last year our Health Promotion team partnered with Save the Children and local primary schools to explore the prevention of family violence in the community.

The grade 5 and 6 students at Tambo Upper Primary School brainstormed ways that they thought would send a clear message to people in their school and the broader community, and the grade six students felt that the word “RESPECT” was a clear message for how people should act towards others – because if you respect everyone, then there would be no family violence.

Students worked creatively to then illustrate the word in a way that would capture people’s attention and convey the message.

The artwork was turned into a banner, which GLCH’s Health Promotion worker Andrea Farley, recently presented to the whole school.