Pupils scoop prize for bid to fight bigotry

HIGH school pupils are celebrating after they won an award for their efforts to tackle sectarianism.

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Pupils from Trinity High School in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire, were presented with a Champions for Change award by leading anti-sectarianism charity Nil By Mouth.

The award recognises the depth of work in the school to challenge bigotry right across the curriculum.

Pupils participated in a series of workshops examining the role individuals, schools, religious leaders, politicians and the media need to play in combating bigotry.


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