Taree High School staff and students have taken a stand against bullying and cyber bullying.
The school held a Do It for Dolly Day event on Friday May 14 to raise awareness about the unacceptable behaviour faced by teenagers and children.
Students wrote positive messages in chalk on the concrete such as 'be kind to everyone including yourself' and 'speak even if your voice shakes', had rainbows painted on their faces and, of course, held a disco.
They wore either a blue accessory or an Akubra hat to coincide with the theme of Dolly's Dream.
Student Marcus Smith, donning an Akubra, said it was uplifting day for the school.
"We need to stop bullying because it's not fair on others," Marcus said.
This campaign was created in memory of Amy 'Dolly' Everett, who tragically committed suicide in 2018 aged just 14 after an extended period of bullying.
Her family created the nationwide awareness campaign to draw attention to the issue and prevent other families from experiencing the same heartbreak.
Throughout the past week, all Taree High students were shown videos during English classes about Dolly's Dream and the importance of the campaign.