The boys at Melbourne CaSPA School - Whitefriars College, Donvale - have been encouraged to speak out to help tackle violence against women
The school marked last month's White Ribbon Day with a barbecue to raise money for White Ribbon Australia, which raises awareness of violence against women.
The boys formed a ribbon on the oval with a drone flying over to create a video, now on the college's Facebook page.A video of senior students speaking out against violence is also on the school's Facebook page.
College youth worker Brie Ellett said students were encouraged to sign a pledge banner.'Men speaking to other men about violence against women is a powerful catalyst for change because women's safety is a man's issue too,' Ms Ellett said.
This article was originally published in the Manningham Leader 11 December 2017.