This week it is Anti-bullying Week and as part of our PSHE work we will be supporting this fabulous campaign. This year the theme is ‘Make a noise about bullying’. The key aim is to encourage children and young people to make a noise about bullying, whether it’s happening to them or to someone else, face-to-face or online.
During the week children will learn about bullying, how to recognise it and report it. Children will be given opportunities to express their views about bullying.
Make a noise with your clothes!
School Council would like to invite everyone to make a noise with ‘loud’ clothing on Friday 20th November 2015. Try wearing bright colours, mismatched colours or even bold patterns to make a stand together!
Competition Time – Anti-bullying Slogans
See the School Council page for information about this exciting competition.
What is bullying?
- Hurting another person, or group, on purpose, more than once.
- Bullying can involve using violence, hurtful words or ganging up to make another person feel helpless.
- It can happen face-to-face or through the Internet.