Keiran O'Toole receives a Diana Award for his ongoing work in anti-bullying.
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On 24th July 2018, former student Keiran O'Toole received a Diana Award for his ongoing work in anti-bullying.
A few years ago Keiran started his own enterprise business Rock Clothing which aims to tackle the ongoing issues around bulluying in the city. In January of this year, he hosted the largest anti-bullying conference in Portsmouth which saw over 500 students in attendance. Some of our current students attended the event and were inspired by his story and how he managed to turn something negative into something positive.
The Diana Award is a prestigious award given to those who are the living legacy to Princess Diana's belief that young people have the power to change the world for the better. Since the charity's creation in 1999, they have recognised 48,000 young people from across the world for their social interaction work, and Keiran O'Toole is now one of them.
We are excited about the journey Keiran is on and look forward to getting him back in to school to continue his work with our students in setting up their very own anti-bullying campaign.