NARRE WARREN SOUTH P-12 COLLEGE SAYS NO TO FAMILY VIOLENCE
Students and staff at Narre Warren South P-12 College have stood together to say NO to family violence in our community.
More than 400 people joined with State Member for Narre Warren South Judith Graley
to officially unveil the school’s ‘Say NO to Family Violence’ campaign banner on Monday.
The awareness campaign was launched by Ms Graley earlier this year and involves
local schools, sports clubs and community centres designing and displaying their very own ‘Say No to Family Violence’ campaign banners.
Students at Narre Warren South P-12 College designed their banner and organised the launch event, including powerful song and dance performances by the extraordinarily talented ‘Cultivating Creative Cultures with Communities’ student group.
For regular updates on the campaign please visit the Say NO to Family Violence in NWS Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/saynotofamilyviolenceinnarrewarrensouth?ref=hl
Quotes attributable to Member for Narre Warren South Judith Graley MP
“I am so very pleased to see such great support for our Say No to Family Violence awareness campaign throughout our local community,”
“Students and staff at Narre Warren South P-12 College have done an outstanding job on not only their banner but also through their efforts to ensure we keep talking about this important issue,”
“We must continue the fight so that these terrible acts of violence become a thing of the past and I hope to see many more people put their hand up and say no to family violence.”
Quotes attributable to Principal of Narre Warren South P-12 College Rob Duncan
“The Narre Warren South P-12 College is delighted to be part of this campaign against family violence. As one of the largest Colleges in the state, domestic violence has touched us all in some way,”
“We believe as a College community – student’s parents and staff – that there should be zero tolerance for family violence and we are keen to do all in power to ensure that society rids itself of this social crime,”
“The College congratulates our local MP, Judith Graley for spearheading this campaign within our community and thank her for inviting us all to stand up and “Say NO to Family Violence.”
For further information about the campaign or to get involved please contact Ms Graley’s office on 9704 6055.