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School teams up with graffiti artist

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Kokkinochoria secondary school Panos Ioannou collaborated with a local street artist to send a loud message against bullying.

Students participated in the anti-bullying initiative and draw together with Christos Kakkoulli, known as CRS, on Wednesday.

The two newly created murals are situated in the yard of the secondary school.

One of them depicts two hands shaping a heart with the slogan ‘Be a buddy not a bully’ written around it. The second colourful graffiti shows figures of girls and boys reading ‘We stand together against bullying’.

“We want to make it clear to everyone that no student should be a victim of bullying,” the street artist said.

The project was an initiative of assistant headmistress Glykeria Vasiliou which the headmaster Giorgos Ioannides as well as the entire staff welcomed.

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