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Anti-Bullying Events

Anti-Bullying Ambassador meeting - 8th March 2022


We have learnt that if everyone was a bystander, the teacher wouldn't know that someone is getting bullied which would be a huge problem. A bully makes others feel uncomfortable, upset and unsafe. This is a bad way to feel. Bullying is negative, on purpose and happens lots of times. If you are ever being bullied you can tell a trusted adult, such as teachers or your parents, or Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. If someone is being bullied don’t be a bystander, instead report it to someone and never keep it to yourself. When dealing with bullying say thank you for sharing your feelings, ask them what is going on and what they want to do. If you need someone to talk to, you could text DA to 85258 ( Physical bullying is bullying someone with your body. Repeated negative behaviour that is intended to make others feel upset, uncomfortable or unsafe is bullying. 


By Jamilah


ABA Training


This week, our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors have had a special online training about anti-bullying! 


Anti-Bullying Week - November 2021


We're delighted to have taken part in Anti-Bullying this week which culminated in Children in Need and Friendship Friday.


Our ABAs went to read a story that they picked out especially, to each year group in the school, which talked about acceptance and friendship, and they also picked the winners our our Anti-Bullying poster and poetry competitions!

Anti-Bullying week - November 2019


During our last Anti-Bullying week in November 2019, the theme was "Change starts with us", which is 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 led by our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors, we clarified what bullying means: many times and on purpose.


During the week, there were lots of events taking place - such as our Positivity Postbox; reading time with the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors; raising money for Children in Need through a dress down day; and not forgetting the poster competition! 


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.


Well done to the winners of our poster competition! Take a look at some of our fantastic winning entries.