Anti Bullying weekBack
This year we celebrated anti bullying week with a huge host of activities
As part of Anti-Bullying Week and to celebrate that every child and adult is unique, on Monday 14th November we asked children to support ‘Odd Socks Day for Anti-Bullying Week’. Children embraced this opportunity with a fantastic range of odd socks! On Monday the anti bullying ambassadors also delivered a fantastic assembly including videos to encourage anti bullying.
We have begun assembling our two “Kindness” trees, one in the Junior building and on in the infant library, and we will continue to develop these over the coming weeks
On Tuesday our anti bullying ambassadors attended Goffs-Churchgate for training and to meet the secondary schools ambassadors to compare ideas, they were fantastic representatives of the school and thoroughly enjoyed their day.
On Wednesday we were delighted to welcome Maria Vacciago is in school to deliver assemblies and workshops to children around her book and anti-bullying, she was very impressed with the children
“I just wanted to say thank you so much for allowing me to host the anti-bullying workshops today. The students were absolutely brilliant, participating well, listening intently and asking very intelligent questions”
On Friday 24th November we are hosted Open View education who will be performed to Reception, Year One, Two, Three and Four and held workshops for Year Five and Six. This was a tremendous success with children encouraged to stand up and "Make a noise" about bullying.
Finally we were delighted to be welcome Sir Charles Walker, MP to Flamstead End for the culmination of the week. He delivered an assembly to Key Stage Two and met the schools wellbeing and anti bullying ambassadors. Sir Charles is the MP for Broxbourne and a major advocate of positive mental health.