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First for anti bully prize.

A BLACK Country school was the first in its area to scoop an award for its anti-bullying policy.

Rowley Hall Primary, Windsor Road, Rowley Regis, was the first in Sandwell to pick up a Charter Mark for beating the bullies. Sandwell director of learning Brian Aldridge said: "I was extremely impressed by how even the youngest children were able to talk with conviction and sincerity about how they should look after their friends, care for one another."

Head teacher Lynda Townsend said: "We are very proud that our children impressed people with their views."
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Dec 15, 2009
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