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Tully tackles bullying


​On Thursday 3rd April, year 11 NRL students organised and ran "Tully tackles bullying‟, a program in response to Australia's national day against bullying. The boys did a tremendous job running lunch time touch football games and encouraging inclusivity with teams constructed across year levels and abilities. This was a great example of the positive relationships harboured at Tully State High School and a humbling experience watching over a hundred students playing and laughing together.

Coincidently, the Tully tackles bullying initiative coincided with our school's discipline audit. The findings from this intense scrutiny of our processes regarding managing student behaviour and establishing a positive school environment indicate that there has been a significant shift in the culture of our school. When asked ‟what is the best thing about Tully High‟, students responded with ‟the staff‟ while staff responded with, ‟the students‟. It would appear that the hard work we are all doing to improve the reputation and reality of our school is paying off!