Anti-Bullying Week

13th November 2017
This week is 'National Anti-Bullying Week' and all schools are encouraged to highlight awareness of this.
Our pupils will be involved in a range of activities which focus on friendships, behaviour and conduct.  At our school, our children enjoy socializing and playing with each other during breaks and lunchtimes.  Our older pupils mix very well with our younger pupils and give careful consideration to them whilst running and playing games.
Within our teaching, through assemblies and during PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) lessons, we cover topics such as 'Getting On and Falling Out' and how to respect other people and their differences.
We aim to make all pupils aware of situations which may occur in and out of school, at home or on the internet and to speak to someone they know and trust (parent or teacher) if they have concerns.  This complements our continuing work relating to e-safety and the potential risks associated with pupils using the internet and online communication.