Gold Coast Schools Work Together To Stamp Out Bullying

Kids to star in new ad campaign

Gold Coast Schools Work Together To Stamp Out Bullying Image from 2017's Stamp Out Bully campaign. Credit: Glass Media Group

A Gold Coast production company is working with local school kids and TAFE students, to stamp out bullying.

Glass Media Group is helping create a series of anti-bullying ads that will be written, filmed and acted by students from Pimpama State High School, Robina State High School, Varsity College and Coomera Anglican College.

This is the second year the project has run, and Stamp Out Bullying founder Christopher Boyd said 2017's ads were a huge success.

"They aired on the regional free-to-air networks as well as metropolitan, and Channel 7 in particular were huge supporters; they ran them through the Commonwealth Games which was wonderful," he said.

The campaign is all about getting TAFE and school students to think about their actions, while having some fun behind and in front of the camera in the process.

"It's quite exciting for the kids, at the same time as addressing this extremely serious issue," said Mr Boyd.

He hoped the community will get behind the campaign by donating here.

"We sponsor everything ourselves as a company so we're running a little Kick Starter campaign to try and get a bit of extra money to pay some more professionals to come and help with the cause," said Mr Boyd.

The production will start next month, and we can catch the ads on the small screen in November.

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