Lets "Hangout"

Year 7 and Year 9 students have been working with Stanley Police to create the ‘Hangout’, a new initiative allowing students to meet and enjoy free activities.

The Hangout aims to provide a safe environment for children aged 11 to 16 and will offer a range of activities in Stanley throughout the summer.

Students have created marketing material and even come up with the name themselves.

Today saw them recognised for their involvement in the scheme with Sweetie Sahani, Principal Secretary from the office of Ron Hogg, Police, Crime and Victims commissioner, presenting the students with a letter of recognition and a reward from the Commissioner’s office. Prior to this students presented their findings and answered questions on their ideas in a mature and professional manner.

Well done for all involved, Mrs Sweeten and Mrs Hodge are very proud and look forward to hearing more about the event.

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