The Peer mediators are the “peace-keepers” for our students.
The Cool Schools programme was written in 1991 by the Peace Foundation. It was so successful that it was introduced to schools across New Zealand.
The Peer Mediation Programme teaches students how to manage conflict, and builds positive relationships with others. Being a Peer Mediator means to; solve problems in a constructive and co-operative way.
They help to make our school environment, a happier, safer, more peaceful place to be.