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On Monday 13th November the school engaged in a range of anti-bullying activities in support of the national Anti-bullying Week initiative organised by the Anti-bullying Alliance.

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The day started with a whole school assembly based around Aesop's fable - The Lion and the Mouse. The differences between the lion and the mouse were discussed and the fact that both had valuable skills to offer each other, irrespective of their differences, was celebrated.

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Back in class, teachers had organised learning to support the age of development of their class.

The children in Fernlea Drive Class shared the book; 'Rainbow Fish' and used mark making skills to write kind words on colourful scales to give to their friends.

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In Rose Street Class the children studied the story; 'Leave Me Alone' and then created 'lift me up' balloons showing how they could make their friends feel better when they are sad.

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Peach Street Class celebrated all the ways we are different and unique, talked about what bullying is and came up with ideas about what they would do or say if they saw someone being a bully.

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The children in Denmark Street Class created feeling emojis to help them understand the different emotions surrounding bullying. They also learnt about the role of a bystander to incidents of bullying.

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Our oldest children, in Milton Road Class, looked at the signs that show someone might be being bullied and how we can step in to help. The children wrote notes following their discussion to remind them about what to do.

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