Anti-Bullying

Be Brave, Be Bold — Make sure you’ve told!

Every year, anti-bullying ambassadors are chosen from classes in each year group. We also encourage parents and community members to become ambassadors.

The team of ambassadors meet twice a term to organise activities to raise awareness about anti-bullying. They have represented the school at the Department of Education, on the BBC, DLR, at the Swedish Embassy and even House of Commons, amongst others.

Ambassadors patrol the playground to help and support children who may be bullied. They also work closely with the school council and attend meetings to feedback on the different activities they organise — such as Smile Day or Fruit Day.

We work closely with the Diane Award to train our ambassadors to develop confidence in their roles. We are proud to have had two children nominated to serve on the Diana Award National Board over the years.

Every year, the whole school celebrates Anti-bullying Week. Each class focus on a topic and present their work to others in assembly.

To find out more about anti-bullying in our school, click either here or here.

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