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  • 10 Ideas for School Wristbands Just For You

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    1 School Wristbands for Student Safety

    Food allergies and health issues put some children at risk when trying new things. The child might be in an accident or get ill. Adults need access to these existing health details quickly. Choose wristbands that you can write directly onto. These will allow you to print the needed info for at-risk children. School wristbands should be provided to at-risk children with their urgent contact information on, so everyone is protected.

    2 Lunch Wristbands

    Schools that offer a range of meal options can have difficulty keeping everything organised. Use a different colour wristband for each meal choice. This allows food servers to pinpoint each child’s needs right away. There’s no need to check records or orders.


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  • I Love Rhino: The Power of Wristbands

    Most eleven-year-old birthday parties are a little different than the one hosted by Jules Murray. While most youngsters are inviting friends over for jelly and ice cream, Jules was amassing a team of artists, ready to help save Africa’s endangered rhinos.

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    Jules is a South African living in Hong Kong, but her wristband-based fundraising campaign is already making waves as far afield as Australia. Her fundraising activities began when she brought her schoolyard chums together to paint portraits to auction off to raise proceeds for endangered African rhinos.

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  • Introducing Multibandz. Succeed in Maths AND have Fun!

    It’s never been easy getting kids to learn their multiplication and division tables, until multibandz.

    It wasn’t easy when we were kids. There were outdoor activities and other things vying for our attention. While there were far fewer television options then, the TV was still there to distract us.

    Today it’s even tougher to get kids to focus on their studies when they are out of the classroom, with smartphones, tablets, and television all stealing kids' attention.

    Not only has it not been easy, but it was also usually drudgery, too. In the old days, it was tables written on a chalkboard, flash cards, and rote memorisation from reciting them in class. It was similar to a trip to the dentist – a lot of teeth pulling – and almost as much fun.

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  • 5 Reasons Why Your Company Should Show Support for the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia

    lgbt, workplace equality, marriage equality, awarenessThe International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (The International Day) will again be celebrated on May 17 this year. This "worldwide celebration of sexual and gender diversities" coordinates global events that raise awareness of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and asexual (LGBTIQA+) rights all over the planet.

    The International Day was first observed in 2004. May 17 was selected to commemorate the date in 1990 that the World Health Organization decided to no longer classify homosexuality as a mental disorder.

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  • Show Your Support. Say NO to Bullying.

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    Did you know that March 18, 2016 is National Say No to Bullying Day? The sixth annual National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence is a key component of Australia's national initiative to address and prevent violence and bullying.

    As an anti-bullying event within schools, the goal is to advocate against the passive complacency of people witnessing others being bullied. Everyone is encouraged to 'take a stand together' against all bullying and violence. The push is especially important to encourage people to say no to this issue within schools.

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