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St. Andrews Students expand One Goal, One Community program

A group of Year 6 students at St. Andrews Lutheran College in Tallebudgera developed an extension to the "One Goal, One Community: Moving beyond bullying and empowering for life" program as a part of their research showcase for 2012. The anti-bullying program fits nicely into the College's holistic approach to education - where students are encouraged to develop values that enrich the intellect, nurture the spirit, develop social responsibility and create healthy lifestyles. The anti-bullying showcase utilised existing One Goal, One Community materials and blended them with additional materials specific to the St. Andrews Lutheran environment.

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