Wagga students stood up against bullying and showed there was no place for misusing power and causing harm to others.
March 15 marked the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence and students at Lutheran Primary School engaged in classroom activities to spread the message.
Year 6 student Sophia Rigney, 11, said her class was learning about cyberbullying and what steps should be taken if that situation arises.
"If you're online and you feel like you're being cyberbullied, you need to block the person, tell somebody and need to make sure that it's not going to affect you in a bigger way," she said.
"If you feel like you need to cyberbully someone and you know it's wrong, the way to change that is to make sure that if you're online, you're being nice and not hurting anybody and not giving out any personal information."
Sophia said she moved to Lutheran Primary School following a bullying incident at a previous school.
"I was being bullied by another girl who was three years older than me and I did tell my teachers and mum, but there wasn't a lot the teachers could do," she said.
"The bullying happened at the bus stop when nobody was around and nobody knew at the start.
"My mum came into the school and it got sorted out and that's when I moved here and I love this school."
If the situation ever occurred again, Sophia said she would know exactly how to handle the situation.
"It made me feel like I was left in the corner and I didn't have a lot of friends or anyone to really talk to because no one knew the position I was in," she said.
"I would deal with it very differently now that I've already been in that situation.
"If I was being bullied again, I'd straight away make sure the teachers knew and that they had to deal with it."
Year 6 student Ethan Whiting, 11, said they watched some videos about bullying in the school ground as well as the various forms of bullying.
"There's physical bullying, which is mostly what boys do like hands-on and punching, as well as verbal bullying," he said.
"I was once in the position of being bullied but I told my teachers and they sorted it out."
Year 4 teacher Callum Gardner said it is important for all students to feel safe and wanted at school.
"You want every student wanting to come to school, but if bullying is happening then you get kids who don't want to turn up," Mr Gardner said.
"In my class, we've watched several videos, what is bullying and we've watched a few case studies of people who have been bullied and people who've been bullies themselves and now we're doing some role plays at the moment."