Animal wellbeing lessons for students accused of cruelty

Animal wellbeing lessons for students accused of cruelty

In the wake of the controversy concerning the mistreatment of animals at Paralimni high school, the education ministry is working towards implementing programmes which seek to increase sensitivity towards animal wellbeing.

 

In the wake of the controversy concerning the mistreatment of animals at Paralimni high school, the education ministry is working towards implementing programmes which seek to increase sensitivity towards animal wellbeing.

According to an announcement by the ministry on Monday, the issues regarding animal safety and protection are being set as additional goals as part of this academic year.

The ministry outlined the main features of the proposed programme, which includes arranging visits for the Paralimni students to animal shelters, training seminars in schools and creative writing also focused on the issue of animal wellbeing.

Last month, police launched an investigation after reports that some final year pupils at Paralimni lyceum had chosen to ‘celebrate’ their first day back in school on Monday by hurling firecrackers and throwing rabbits and chickens from the first floor of the school building, with some of the animals reportedly killed from the fall.

The Animal Party denounced the incident which, it said, led to the death of some of the animals thrown off windows before horrified pupils and in the presence of teachers.

 

 

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