Pupils at t wo Cambuslang schools came together earlier this month to stamp out sectarianism.
Primary sevens from Cairns and St Cadoc’s Primary Schools have been working together over the past three months on the Old Firm Alliance Project.
On May 15, they presented a fantastic showcase to their parents and invited guests about their learning and zero tolerance towards sectarianism.
Parents were invited to look at their work from the novel Divided City by Theresa Breslin and some children acted out two drama scenes linked to the book.
This project has been a great success with the children even writing and producing their own song called Stamp it Out.
This song was performed for the first time to parents/ invited guests and has re c e i v e d i n c re d i b l e feedback.
The children wrote this song together having come to the conclusion that sectarianism is a form of bullying – an issue which can affect any one of them.
Both schools have enjoyed working closely together building up good, long lasting friendships.
Pupils and staff from Cairns and St Cadoc’s, who worked together on a successful anti-sectarianism project