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Bow school watches educational show promoting anti-bullying week

PUBLISHED: 17:55 26 November 2013 | UPDATED: 18:01 26 November 2013

East London educational theatre champions Chain Reaction performs for children at Chisenhale Primary School to promote the anti-bullying week.

East London educational theatre champions Chain Reaction performs for children at Chisenhale Primary School to promote the anti-bullying week.

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Pupils at a school in Bow were treated to an anti-bullying show to mark a week-long national campaign.

East London educational theatre group Chain Reaction, comprising of performers Hannah Woolley, Rachel Summers, Charlotte Worthing and Rhiannon Story, visited Chisenhale Primary School, Chisenhale Road, to help raise awareness of Anti-Bullying week.

Their Totally Together show, aims to promote community cohesion, tackle bullying and racism and send positive messages to aid decision making both in and out of the school environment.

Sarah Smit, artistic director, said: “I think this demonstrates how serious our schools are about tackling bullying and how effective this celebratory project is at fulfilling their aims.”

Chain Reaction works with five to 19-year-olds in schools, youth centres, theatres and community venues.


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