As part of the campaign pupils took part in activities such as conflict resolution, which involved role play to help the children develop problem solving skills. Interactive games were beneficial as were discussions on issues where friendships break down and how best to mend those friendships.
There are now systems in place for children to raise worries or difficulties and they feel they can talk confidently about what happens in school and the difference it can make. Pupils are now committed to making the school a safer place and are better equipped to deal with difficult situations due to the skills they have gained as a result of the campaign.
Some children have also been able to access the school counsellor which has had an impact on their life at home with their families. There was also a better understanding gained by parents of how ensure the internet is used safely.
The campaign is now viewed by the school as less of a project and more a way of life.