Labyrinth offers new base to reflect

Students take a stand and lend a hand

LABYRINTH ALMOST COMPLETE: Euroa Secondary College students (back left) Caleb Keamy, Elizabeth Morris, Robert Paradzayi, Michael Martin, Brandon Mawson, Samantha Howard, Jack Butterworth, Ashleigh Dowell and Kara Spicer show off their custom-made pavers to be used on a labyrinth being built at the college. The students are also pictured with Brady and Kibble manager Shirley Saywell, art teacher Suzie Bates, adolescent health nurse Fiona Cooper, year seven coordinator Laura Gregory and music teacher Janet Street. PHOTO: Anthony Cini

A LABYRINTH aimed at helping resolve bullying at school is almost complete at Euroa Secondary College.

The State Government-funded Bully Stoppers program will soon be a permanent fixture on the school oval, as students and other community members have banded together to lay the bricks.

The school received $5000 in funding in round two of the government’s program, which went towards more than $10,000 for the project.

With donations from Euroa Clay Products and Brady and Kibble, bricks were sourced and then made into works of art thanks to the vision of art teacher Suzie Bates, who came up with the labyrinth idea.

Ms Bates said she wanted the whole school on board for the labyrinth project.

“Members of the community have helped make bricks and helped design tiles suited to them,” she said.

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