"Lots of times and on purpose."
"WE MAKE SOME NOISE"
Thank you to everyone who took part in our Anti-Bullying Poster Competition during Anti-Bullying Week. We had some fantastic entries, and our winners were chosen in assembly on Friday 22nd November.
Well done to our winners!
Anti-Bullying Assembly introducing Anti-Bullying week: 11th November 2019
On Monday 11th November, the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors gave an assembly introducing Anti-Bullying week. The theme for the week is ‘Change starts with us’ and that’s certainly true here at school. One of our core values is ‘responsibility’ and that means that we take responsibility for the way in which we treat others and the way that we take a stand against people who choose to treat others poorly. During the assembly, we clarified what bullying means: many times and on purpose. We also let everybody know the events that will be happening over the course of the week from the Positivity Postbox, to reading time with the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors and not forgetting the poster competition and wearing our own clothes on Friday which will raise money for us to donate to Children in Need. Look out for updates to see how much we raise and who the winners of the competition are.
Remember, if you or someone you know is being bullied, you can talk to one of the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors, put a note in the worry box or tell a trusted adult.
At Sir John Heron Primary School, we have Anti-bullying Ambassadors. Ten children from Year 2 to 6 have been selected as our Ambassadors and have been specially trained by the Diana Award charity. The training provided them with the skills to help children if they have any issues in school or outside school including online.
The Ambassadors are easy to find in the playground as they wear blue hi-vis jackets. If you have problems or concerns, go and talk to an Anti-bullying Ambassador. They are here to help you!
Meet our Anti-bullying Ambassadors