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Year 9 student Josh Bender and year 7 students Riley Geletic and Dylan King.
Camera IconYear 9 student Josh Bender and year 7 students Riley Geletic and Dylan King. Credit: Chloe Fraser

Rockingham Senior High School Education Support Centre students and staff wore blue last Wednesday to raise awareness for mental wellbeing as part of Mental Health Week WA.

Students participated in rock painting, poster design, games and drawing throughout the day.

Guest speakers visited the school, encouraging students to improve their listening skills.

Student support officer Justine Marrollo said the awareness day was implemented to help students better understand mental health and how to take care of each other.

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Jaolyn Harrison, Year 7, Ashlee Brooks, Year 8, and Jessica Burford, Year 12.
Camera IconJaolyn Harrison, Year 7, Ashlee Brooks, Year 8, and Jessica Burford, Year 12.
RSHS student support officer Justine Marrollo and year 9 student Charlie Thomas.
Camera IconRSHS student support officer Justine Marrollo and year 9 student Charlie Thomas. Credit: Chloe Fraser

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