Anti-Bullying News


Helen Mateides
Anti-Bullying News

The anti-bullying ambassadors had the opportunity to meet up with the Princes’ trust students on Monday to talk about how they raised £67.00 during their Erase Bullying Campaign.

The Ambassadors agreed to donate all the funds to the Starfish children’s ward, in Watford General Hospital.  This will then go towards buying items for the children to use, while they are staying on the ward.

This is yet another example of how incredibly kind and generous BMS students are.

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