'I will praise You because I have been fearfully and wonderfully made'. Psalm 139
Anti Bullying Week in our school is co-ordinated with the Anti Bullying Alliance. Every November we will follow the guidance set in place by the Alliance and focus a week on ways to make our school a great place to be and ways to get help if needed.
In November 2020, the whole school wore 'Odd Socks' to embrace that we are all individual, unique and 'wonderfully made' (Psalm 139). This will be repeated in November 2021.
Below you will find samples of work created by our incredible Year 6 children.
This piece of work focuses on the negative words people say and how they make you feel on the inside and look on the outside.
This piece focuses on how we can hide our feelings and despite people asking lots of questions we will often say 'I am fine' even though we feel very different.
This piece shows the darker side of life in comparison to the lighter. It shows how damaging words can be and the darkness it can lead to, in comparison to the positive, kind more lighter side.
Below is a small example of the zig zag books the children created during Anti-Bullying week. Every child contributed something positive about them or their life on the triangles and these were then be folded up to keep together, united in a book. The work was so incredible we had to display them in school - remembering 'In a world where you can be anything, be kind' (Caroline Flack).