Schools behind pink message

Goodwood School went pink for the day last Friday.

Last Friday, May 18, over 2,800 New Zealanders came together to celebrate diversity, spread kindness and stand together against bullying.

Included in the 1,250 schools across the country celebrating Pink Shirt Day were Goodwood School, Cambridge Primary and Roto-O-Rangi, who sent in photos of their students “pinked out” in celebration of the day, with pink-themed mufti days to raise funds for the cause.

Roto-o-Rangi School was on board as well.

And Goodwood students got into the spirit of the occasion.

Roto-o-Rangi school stood together against bullying.

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