Four children recently attended the Diana Award Anti-Bullying Conference held at Alexandra Palace, along with students of all ages from the South of England.
Prior to the Conference students had been invited to come up with an idea for stopping bullying using technology that would educate others and promote safe use of the internet. The Bowes representatives came up with an idea for an app with emoji games that would promote kindness. They made a short film and submitted to the Diana Award. They were then shortlisted, along with two secondary schools, to make a presentation at the Conference. Bowes were the winners and received £200 to spend on anti-bullying initiatives in school. Well done Abdo, Finn, Mariam and Evie!