Students now know the deal

STUDENTS from John Paul College have proven they know how to work, after taking out third prize in the NSW Know The Deal video competition.

The competition is aimed at promoting workplace information, and Jacob Watts, Jack Mooney and Martin Kelleher showed their initiative with their video about workplace bullying and discrimination.

“Their entry provided an important message about bullying in the workplace,” Labor MLC for Coffs Harbour Ian Macdonald said.

“Not only has the task been interesting for the students, but they have also met learning outcomes from their school syllabus and have been exposed to the excellent information supplied on the website.”

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