Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-bullying work

Anti-Bullying Week

 

This week is about raising awareness in keeping children and young people feeling safe and we have been taking part in this national week. In assembly we have been reminding our children what to do if they are worried about something and in class we will be reminding children what they can do if they feel they are being bullied or know another child is unhappy. We also planned additional circle times.

We welcomed the Police E-Safety Team into the school during Anti-Bullying Week to deliver workshops to our Years 3-6. Each class had a workshop.

Take a look at each class page to see how they took part in Anti-Bullying Week.

Ducklings spent the week thinking about being good friends.

Year 2 talked about friendships and how to be a better friend.

Year 3 created their very own anti-bullying posters.

Year 4 created their very own superheroes who concentrated on making sure everyone felt safe.

Year 5 talked about all bullying in different situations and thought of advice that they could give.

Year 6 discussed different types of bullying, including cyber bullying, and the impact it can have on your future life.

Anti-Bullying-Week-Poster

Quotes from this week:

 

“It is important to focus on anti-bullying week so that we can discuss the outcomes and consequences for the bully and those being bullied.”

“I now understand the meaning of emotional bullying and the effect this can have on someone.”

“I learnt about the importance of posting anything on the internet and that you must always be respectful.”

“I have learnt that if you bully people the police can become involved and you could end up with a criminal record.”

“I know exactly what to do if I think bullying is happening to me or to other people.  It is always best to tell an adult who you trust.”

“I am really pleased we have anti-bullying workshops and assemblies because it makes us all realise how important this subject is.”

“It has made me think about how I speak and act towards my friends and other people in school.”

“I must be really careful what I say in a text or an email, I have realised that even if I delete it there is always a record of it somewhere.”