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Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

Welcome to our Anti-Bullying Ambassador Page

 

 THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD SAYS YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO:

  • PROTECTION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION
  • GET INFORMATION AND EXPRESS WHAT YOU THINK UNLESS ITS AGAINST OTHER PEOPLE’S RIGHTS
  • MEET WITH OTHERS AND JOIN OR SET UP CLUBS UNLESS ITS AGAINST OTHER PEOPLE’S RIGHTS
  • EDUCATION WHICH TRIES TO DEVELOP YOUR PERSONALITY AND ABILITIES AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE AND ENCOURAGES YOU TO RESPECT OTHER PEOPLE’S RIGHTS AND VALUES
  • YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO BE PROTECTED FROM BEING HURT AND MISTREATED, IN BODY OR MIND
  • ALL CHILDREN HAVE THESE RIGHTS, NO MATTER WHO THEY ARE, WHERE THEY LIVE,WHAT THEIR PARENTS DO, WHAT LANGUAGE THEY SPEAK,, WHAT THEIR RELIGION IS, WHETHER THEY ARE A BOY OR A GIRL, WHAT THEIR CULTURE IS, WHETHER THEY HAVE A DISABILITY, WHETHER THEY ARE RICH OR POOR. NO CHILD SHOULD BE TREATED UNFAIRLY ON ANY BASIS.

We have a team of Anti-Bullying Ambassadors who work throughout the school promoting friendship and respect. Each class in Key Stage 2 has two representatives who are elected through a democratic process. They attend fortnightly meetings and are trained to support children with conflict resolution, problem solving and seeking adult help and guidance. In addition to this the Ambassadors update the Anti-Bullying boards in their classrooms, help their teacher solve problems in their class worry boxes and help to decide on a weekly Friendship Star. The Ambassadors play an important role during Anti-Bullying Week which this year has been led by the team leaders.

This important role ensures that our playgrounds feel happy and safe and that children know there is somebody always available to talk to.

 

Our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

Team Leaders:

Matthew Roberts - Class 13

Ellie Tiler - Class 13

 

Team:

Grace Lee and Harry Kaminski – Class 13

Daniel Crook and Charlyse Smith – Class 12

Belle Simons and Christopher Butterfield – Class 11

Jack Sampson and Gracie Garnett – Class 10

Jacob Craven and Emily Kerr – Class 9

Josh Tyson and Lexie Shiels – Class 8

Our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors will be involved in organising this year’s Anti-Bullying Week (14th-18th November). This year’s theme is: ‘POWER FOR GOOD’ and the aim of the week is to support children and young people to use their Power for Good – by understanding the ways in which they are powerful and for encouraging individual and collective action to stop bullying and create the best world possible.

Our team have thought of some good activities for us all to take part in.

Blue Monday: On Monday 14th we are inviting you to wear blue, this will show that we all want to stand up against bullying. Statistics have shown that Monday is the most difficult day of the week for young people who are bullied.

Wrist Bands: We will be selling Anti-Bullying Alliance wrist bands carrying this year’s slogan ‘Power for Good’. These will be priced at £1 each and will be sold on a first come-first served basis.

Assembly: We have written our own assembly which will take place on the Monday. The assembly will help children to distinguish between rude behaviour, mean behaviour and bullying.

Lessons: Children will be taking part in lessons with an anti-bullying theme.

Competitions: Key Stage 2 children are invited to design a new anti-bullying logo for our letterhead.

Key Stage 1 children are invited to create a poster about being a kind friend.

We are always available to chat to in the playground and we welcome new ideas and suggestions.

 

ChildLineChildLineUseful websites:
www.bullying.co.uk

www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk

 

 

On behalf of the Anti-Bullying Ambassador Team, we hope you enjoy taking part in Anti-Bullying Week.

 

 

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