Paul’s Pledge visits Sixth Form

//Paul’s Pledge visits Sixth Form

Paul’s Pledge visits Sixth Form

On Monday 27th February, The Sixth Form met Paul Pugh, who is running a campaign known as Paul’s Pledge.

Paul was the victim of an unprovoked attack in 2007 that left him with life changing injuries.  Paul has been running a campaign to seek engage people to make a pledge to never condone or commit violence.  The pupils listened to Paul and watched a very powerful video of the events which changed his life.  following the presentation the pupils were then able to ask questions directly to Paul and speak with him on a one to one basis.  Without exception the pupils recalled the power of the presentation and their willingness to ‘sign up’ to his pledge.

You too can take Paul’s Pledge – sign up to show your support to his campaign and vow to never condone violent behaviour, to walk away from aggression and violence and encourage friends and family to do the same. Tweet using #PaulsPledge and help spread the message, or copy and paste the following: #PaulsPledge – proud to be taking a stand against violence and aggression.

Thank you to Paul, his mum and members of Dyfed Powys Police for coming into school

By |2017-03-01T16:36:12+00:00March 1st, 2017|News|

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