Boy band ‘Taken’ visits local school

St Killians hosted the new up and coming Irish Boy band called Taken.� inbm9-16s
St Killians hosted the new up and coming Irish Boy band called Taken.� inbm9-16s

Local school, St Killian’s hosted the new up and coming Irish Boy band called Taken.

They proved to be a massive hit with the Year 8 and 9 pupils not only for the excellent performing of their songs but also for the message they so eloquently delivered regarding on-line safety and cyber-bullying.

Local pupils welcome the new up and coming Irish Boy band called Taken. inbm9-16

Local pupils welcome the new up and coming Irish Boy band called Taken. inbm9-16

The boys’ message was as follows, as was posted by Prime Agency who promotes them:

“Taken will give advice on how to stay safe online (never giving out personal information, never meeting strangers online, safety on social network sites, following rules of your parents on the internet etc) as well as discussing cyber bullying and where to go for help.

“They will also discuss personal stories ie at a time one of them was affected by cyber bullying, how they felt at the time, how they reacted, and the outcome of the situation. The talk is very interactive and gets the pupils involved.”

St Killian’s is very thankful to the band and Prime Agency in helping address the issues of on-line safety and cyber bullying. This seems to have been an innovative and effective way of sending out the right messages regarding these issues.

St Killians hosted the new up and coming Irish Boy band called Taken.� They proved to be a massive hit with the Year 8 and 9 pupils not only for the excellent performing of their songs but also for the message they so eloquently delivered regarding on-line safety and cyber-bullying.�inbm9-16

St Killians hosted the new up and coming Irish Boy band called Taken.� They proved to be a massive hit with the Year 8 and 9 pupils not only for the excellent performing of their songs but also for the message they so eloquently delivered regarding on-line safety and cyber-bullying.�inbm9-16