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Pop In, Stay Safe, Stop Bullying

by Michael Ford last modified 02 Mar, 2016 03:21 PM

‘Don’t be mean behind the screen’ was the message that popular singer and songwriter Rich Cottell brought when he visited Sarum Academy recently.

Previously supporting acts such as The Wanted and Conor Maynard, Rich is now turning his talents towards sharing an important message about e-safety in schools across the UK.

Rich performed and then shared about the effects that cyber-bullying has had on him personally. He spoke about the importance of privacy settings on social media accounts and how to report online bullying.

Charlotte Bell, the PSHCE Curriculum Team Leader who organised the event, commented “Rich presented a thought provoking, empowering and highly relevant presentation and left the pupils with some key points about staying safe online.”

Rich’s parting advice was, “Don’t bottle it up, reach out.”

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