Meridian students show respect

PUBLISHED: 10:14 03 July 2008 | UPDATED: 15:48 11 May 2010

ONGOING PROJECT: David Green from Hertfordshire Crimestoppers, with students Shanade Marchant, Gemma Muir, and Sam Logan. 3020DW004

ONGOING PROJECT: David Green from Hertfordshire Crimestoppers, with students Shanade Marchant, Gemma Muir, and Sam Logan. 3020DW004

YEAR 9 pupils at Meridian School had a visit from Crimestoppers as part of the school s ongoing RESPECT project. David Green from Hertfordshire Crimestoppers, gave a talk and showed the students a DVD, to explain the role that the organisation plays in he

YEAR 9 pupils at Meridian School had a visit from Crimestoppers as part of the school's ongoing RESPECT project.

David Green from Hertfordshire Crimestoppers, gave a talk and showed the students a DVD, to explain the role that the organisation plays in helping to solve crime.

The school's RESPECT project aims to educate young people about the issues of self-respect, and respecting their neighbours and community.

Year 9 business teacher, Kate Kennon, said: "The purpose is to get them more involved within our community and to try to see things from other people's perspective."

And at the end of the project, each student will receive a gold, silver, or bronze certificate, based on their work for the project.

For more information about Crimestoppers visit www.crimestoppers-uk.org.

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