Schools from all over Australia did their bit to try and end bullying on the ninth National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (NDA) on Friday5.
More than 5000 schools were officially registered to participate in the nationwide movement, including Bathurst's MacKillop College.
Students spent their recess break drawing positive and anti-bullying messages on the cement ground and brick wall.
Students also received an orange ribbon, to show their support for NDA.
MacKillop leader of well-being Katie Bennett said students are trying to be a part of positive action against bullying.
"This is a National Day of Action against Bullying and what the students are trying to show is positive action against bullying by chalking out slogans and drawings," she said.
"The girls were asked to be a part of the solution, instead of the bullying problem. They wrote suggestions on how the school can help prevent bullying in the future."
A photo competition was also held during lunch.
And while there's extra emphasis place on conquering bullying on March 15, it's something the school wants to fight everyday.
"We have well-being programs all year round," Ms Bennett said.
According to the Bullying No Way website, over 2.4 million students across Australia helped drive action in their school communities on the National Day of Action.
For more information on the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence, visit the website at bullyingnoway.gov.au/NationalDay.