Parkhall Integrated College hosted an Anti-bullying day last Tuesday, which was run by the Diana Awards Anti-Bullying Champion Alex Holmes and funded by the Enkalon Foundation.
At the event held on Tuesday, pupils from Round Tower Integrated P.S and Templepatrick P.S were also in attendance.
The schools participated in a full days programme looking at bullying, how it affects them and how they can change things.
The Diana Award was established in 1999 in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, as a legacy to her
belief in the power of young people to change the world.
Enkalon members attended the awards ceremony in March and approched Alex Holmes and Tessy Ojo from the awards and asked them if they could look at bringing the programme to the Antrim borough.
Upon receipt of their proposal the Trustees agreed to fund a programme for up to 17 schools (primary and secondary) in the Antrim Borough.
Peter Dalton and Clare Cawley will be attending a Diana Awards event on Wednesday at Downing Street.
Enkalon hope through this they can promote the programme further in the borough and encourage more schools to participate.