NSPCC 'Speak Out. Stay Safe.'
Anti-Bullying Week (27.03.23-31.03.23)
This week we have been celebrating ‘Anti-Bullying Week’. We learnt what ‘bullying’ means: someone is unkind or hurts us on purpose, again and again. We accessed the NSPCC ‘Speak Out. Stay Safe.’ resources. We learnt that we all have the right to speak out and be heard, to be safe and to get help when we need it. We learnt that we should always talk to a trusted adult (see below for who we decided we could speak to) if anything is ever making us feel sad or worried, or like it just isn’t ‘quite right’. If we can’t speak to a trusted adult, we could call Childline on 0800 1111.
We all agreed that you should never bully anybody and that we must be kind and respectful to everybody we meet, even if they have differences to ourselves.
Who could we speak to?
Teachers like Miss Franklin, Mrs Holden & Mr Hobin
Trusted Family Members
The Police 999
Childline 0800 1111