Anti Bullying Ambassadors

October 2016

Our new Anti-bullying Ambassadors have now been elected and are meeting fortnightly with Miss Taylor and Miss Yates (our Anti-Bullying Lead teachers). They have already made their own Anti-bullying video that they have shared with the rest of the school as part of Anti-bullying week. 

'The United Nations Convention for the Rights of the Child applies to every child whatever their ethnicity, gender, religion, abilities, whatever they think or say, no matter what type of family they come from.' Article 2. As a Rights Respecting School we know that all people need to be treated with respect and that we should care for others. Differences are to be celebrated and we know we are treated with equality. We all know bullying will not be accepted at our school.

Shortly after Christmas there will be a new display in the KS2 library to show everyone who is who and how they can help anyone who is feeling left out or alone.

This is the official Anti-bullying Video 2016

You may also like to see some of the pictures and links that we have used this Autumn to help discuss feelings and anti-bullying themes: - short animation - called 'For The Birds' - a Roman themed animated film

Should you see any bullying, this poster has some great ideas for what you can say to 'Speak Up Against Bulllying'.

In September 2015 the Anti-bullying Ambassadors were elected.

Since then the Anti-bullying ambassadors have led assemblies, put up anti cyber-bullying messages by the computers, sent representatives to meet the governing body and created their own child friendly anti-bullying policy.

In December we had a powerful performance to deliver the message that we need to use our voices to stand up to bullying from a group called 'The Power of One'. 

Please click the link below to see the child-friendly anti-bullying policy!

  1. Child Friendly Anti-Bullying Policy