Friendship Week: fun, kindness and laughter

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NEWS / 26 February 2018

Friendship Week was held immediately after mid-term, from Monday 19th February through to Friday, 23rd February. There were lots of Friendship themed events throughout the week culminating in a Friendship Fair on the Friday where the National School pupils came over to the secondary school. Laura Kelly in TY helped out at the Friendship Fair and writes about the morning.

Friendship Week was held immediately after mid-term, from Monday 19th February through to Friday, 23rd February. There were lots of Friendship themed events throughout the week culminating in a Friendship Fair on the Friday where the National School pupils came over to the secondary school. Stratford College was awarded an ISPCC Anti-Bullying Shield Flag in September 2016.

Laura Kelly in TY writes:

"Friendship Week and the Friendship Fair was great fun and a good opportunity to mix with the primary school and the other years. I was in charge of the Friendship Tree which was a paper cut-out tree where students had to write on a paper leaf "what friendship means to me". This was a very innovative and creative idea to capture and appreciate student's ideas and views on friendship.

For more photos see the 2017-2018 web gallery.

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