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The Cronulla Sharks have taken part in Education Week this week, taking to Westfield Miranda to promote the initiative.

Cronulla Sharks players Adam Clydsdale, Isaac Lumelume and Blayke Brailey were on hand along with Brett Murray of Sharks signature charity partner Make Bullying History to partake in a workshop to tackle the issue of bullying in society today.

Running from Monday July 31 to Friday August 4, Education Week provides an opportunity for all primary and secondary and early childhood services to showcase the work they are doing for students to help ensure healthy minds and bodies.

The week also aims to profile and celebrate everything from sport, dance, mentoring, yoga, meditation, reading and art to camps, excursions, breakfast clubs, healthy canteen menus, stress management and resilience and much more*.

Many schools from across the Sutherland Shire will be performing this week at Westfield Miranda, showcasing the wide range of exciting initiatives being introduced in our local area.

If you wish to register your school for the Sharks Make Bullying History Initiative register here.

For more information on the work done during Education Week head to the Department of Education website here.

*Information taken from the NSW Department of Education website.

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