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Anti-Bullying Day Friday 20th November

Today we discussed with the children what bullying is and how important it is to tell someone about it.

 

We were learning to recognise what is important to us and understand that everyone is different. One of the activities was to create posters (What makes me ME?) to celebrate the uniqueness of each child.  We then shared, with the rest of the class, our choices:

Who / What / Where was most important to them

Who / What / Where is their favourite

What their future aspirations are

What they are good at

 

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The children listened to possible bullying scenarios and were given a number of actions that could be taken, and then asked which action they felt was most appropriate. 

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The children then designed and created anti-bullying posters. The children were asked to create posters using other resources including the internet as part of their homework.  Please take a look at some of our anti-bullying posters.  Click on the picture to enlarge.
Picture 1 Jack's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 2 Arlo's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 3 Lexi's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 4 Ronnie's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 5 Riley's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 6 Roman's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 7 Amelie's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 8 Toby's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 9 Alice's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 10 Ygraine's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 11 Keira's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 12 Jasmine's Anti-Bullying Poster.jpg
Picture 1 Amelie's Anti-Bullying Homework Poster.jpg
Picture 2 Daniel W's Anti-Bullying Homework Poster.jpg
Picture 3 Jack's Anti-Bullying Homework Poster.jpg
Picture 4 Ava's Anti-Bullying Homework Poster.jpg
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