Recently, six of our wonderful students trained to become Anti-bullying Ambassadors. They had a full morning of online training from organised by the Diana Award. This gave us all time to consider:
- What bullying is.
- The different types of bullying.
- How bullying makes people feel.
- How to respond to bullying
- How to be an upstander compared to a bystander.
We are looking forward to getting our campaign started to help spread some of these message and will be posting things on this webpage as we complete tasks.
Meet the Anti-bullying Ambassadors
Child-friendly Anti-bullying Policy
The Ambassadors worked with children in Class 3 to draft a new child-friendly anti-bullying policy.
Following their excellent work, Sofia and Brooke worked with Mr Marsh to pull it all together.
Below is the finished policy.
The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors led an assembly in front of the whole school to make sure everyone was clear about what bullying is. We looked at scenarios, the different types of bullying and the difference between upstanders and bystanders.
The children all listened really well and answered lots of questions. Below is a picture of us leading the assembly.
If you want some help, or want to know more about bullying, here are some great websites: