Meridian students show respect
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."
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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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