Busy Week!

This week was both Anti-Bullying and Children in Need week. We introduced Anti-Bullying Week with an assembly following the Anti-Bullying Alliance theme of 'Change Starts With Us'. We thought about what this means and decided that it would help us to understand this if we thought about how we should 'Choose Kindness'. Each class then looked at this throughout the week. Here is some of the work Class 4 did around this topic.

We want our school to be a happy place where children feel safe from all forms of bullying. We thought carefully about the fact that, if there were no bullies, then there would never be any bullying. Therefore it is up to each individual to make sure that they are not a bully. We also thought about what bullying actually means and how many different types of bullying there are. Importantly, we discussed what we should do if we are ever bullied: TELL SOMEONE!

We also had fantastic fun joining in with Children in Need activities. We think it is important that every child has the help they need so that they can have a good life and we know that Children in Need is a charity that works hard to support this. In school, everyone wore a spotty accessory or had their face painted. We had the opportunity to contribute to the charity through buying Pudsey wrist bands and we really enjoyed joining in with the Joe Wicks Big Move. We had so much fun!

 

 


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