☰ Anti-bullying Week at Norfolk House

Anti-bullying Week at Norfolk House

Posted on: November 23rd 2018

Anti-bullying Week at Norfolk House

Anti-Bullying Week shines a spotlight on bullying and encourages all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year.

Last week, pupils at Norfolk House participated in assemblies and activities to mark the importance of the Anti-Bullying campaign.

The theme this year was ‘Power for Good’ and the campaign had the following aims:     

Across the school, children were involved in discussions, hot-seating activities, creating posters to demonstrate their awareness of bullying and show their understanding of how to deal with situations they may come across.

Some of our older pupils also designed their own anti-bullying presentation that they will be presenting to the younger classes over the course of the year, as constant reminders of what bullying is and how to tackle it.

Our aim is to ensure that all pupils regardless of their age, have the necessary tools to deal with bullying and are able to understand the difference between bullying, which is defined as repetitive, deliberate, harmful behaviour, and isolated incidents. We always encourage the children to consider the core values when dealing with situations they are directly or indirectly involved in and to do the right thing, regardless of how difficult it may be.

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