Anti-Bullying week 2017

Written by  on Wednesday, 22 November 2017.

The theme of this year’s national anti-bullying week was ‘All different, All equal’ and pupils at The Vine School thought this an excellent message as it promotes tolerance and respect whilst allowing us all to be individual.

Throughout The Vine School , in PSHE lessons, pupils discussed and carried out activities to further their understanding of what bullying is and how we can all work together to stop bullying behavior.

A group of Year 6 pupils set a challenge of designing and creating an anti-bullying badge - the idea of a badge enabled all pupils to join in ‘equally’ and ‘differently ‘ by choosing their own style and ideas.

“ I liked making a badge, my message was Be kind to each other as this is important if you want friends to play with.’ Kai Y3

“ I put love hearts on my badge because I want people to be kind to each other.’ Olivia Y1

‘I put a friend in the midde of mine and I wrote Don’t Bully.’ Lucy Y1

‘I had the best badge ever, it had a rainbow and the word Stop, and I won a prize’ Amelia YR

Shown in the photo are the badge competition winners and organisers.

KS2 thoroughly enjoyed a production from The Playwright Theatre Company, in which an‘anti-bullying spy called Teddy Cuddly reminded us about the different types of bullying— verbal, indirect, cyber and physical and gave us good advice about always telling somebody if we are worried about someone bullying us or someone bullying someone else.

“The assembly taught us how to react to a bully and gave us some ideas of what we could do” Thomas and Phoebe

“We thought it was fun but also helped us to stand up to bullying” Kitty and Hiba

“The assembly was hilarious but had a serious message about cyber bullying” Liza and Tomas

“I think putting popular movie characters into such a strong message was a brilliant idea.” Kimberley

“Thanks for booking the play. It was fun!” Year 4.



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