Considered worse than face-to-face bullying, cyber bullying is becoming a more popular form of abuse in schools, according to experts.
Research has revealed 15 per cent of WA school students were cyber-bullied.
Cyber bullying involves using mobile phones and computers to pick on and harass people.
Because of its rising prominence Clarkson Community High School principal John Young told the Times he decided to send two staff members to a cyber bullying workshop.
Twenty one students are benefiting from off-campus automotive training through a workshop in Wangara - the local hub of the automotive industry - leased and operated by West Coast TAFE.
Members of the Rotary Club of West Perth, which supports Clarkson CHS were honorary guests at a sumptuous meal prepared and served by members of the catering and hospitality course under the expert guidance of their teachers Peta Brown and Adam Blackmore. There guitarists from the music scholarship program – Angus Daly, Luke Vandermark, Alan Boyle, and their teacher Sabina Ibrahimbegovic welcomed the crowd into the restaurant.