Next week in school we will be involved in Anti-bullying week. We will be discussing how we can make sure we are kind to all the children in our class. At the end of the week we will have produced an informative Anti-bullying leaflet. Posted by missrhjohnson on November 10, in Uncategorized. Y2 Comets. They are being gentle with each other and being nice but on the swinging bars some kids were fighting over it they were pushing.
Frizington Community Primary School
Beyond Bullying – Anti-Bullying Week
This includes knowing what steps to take if a pupil is being bullied, ensuring your pupils know what to do if they are being bullied, and how to deal with anyone who bullies. Any repeated behaviour which is intended to hurt someone either emotionally or physically can be defined as bullying. Though many times it is not clear why a child has been singled out as a target to bully, sometimes bullying is aimed at certain people because of their race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, appearance, or disability. Bullying can make pupils depressed and anxious, causing them to withdraw from the people around them, or act out in anger or aggression in other areas of their life.
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It came from seeing an ever-divided society in the wake of things like Brexit, and of course the isolated nature of lockdown, and the good that can come from being part of a community that stands up for the right things. The goal of Anti-Bullying Week is to inform schools and settings, children and young people, parents and carers to know that it takes a collective responsibility to stop bullying, and the Anti-Bullying Alliance wants to create empowering, positive messages addressing the fact that when it comes to bullying. Find all this at anti-bullyingalliance. Anti-Bullying Week kicks off on the Monday with Odd Socks Day, which is designed to be a fun opportunity for children to express themselves and celebrate their individuality and what makes us all unique. The aim is simply to help raise awareness around anti-bullying, and hopefully raise some money to help the charity.
Ditch the Label are proud to offer free teaching resources for teachers to help tackle bullying and its root issues. Our education website www. Here are a selection of lessons from our Education Programme that addresses bullying and why it happens:.