CALARE Public School said no way to bullying on Friday.
The school joined 220 schools across the state in a united approach against bullying.
Assistant principal Vicki Bray said the students participated in a range of activities including role playing games with members of the student representative council.
She said the emphasis was on the power of the bystander.
“It’s about kids teaching kids about bullying and how they can help stop it,” she said.
Duty Senator for Calare Matt Thistlethwaite said schools taking part in the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence this Friday are sending a clear message and saying no to bullying.
“We must say no to bullying in all shapes and forms including cyber bullying, physical violence and intimidation,” senator Thistlethwaite said.
“There is no place for bullying or violence in, or outside, our schools.”
Friday was the third annual National Day of Action and new curriculum materials - Stand Together 2013 - which was developed for teachers to use in the classroom to help students from early childhood through to senior schooling to explore the meaning of ‘take a stand together’ and the importance of being active bystanders.