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Anti-Bullying Week at BMS 12th – 16th November

Anti-Bullying Week at BMS 12th – 16th November


Helen Mateides
Helen Mateides
Anti-Bullying Week at BMS 12th – 16th...

Wow what a week!  With my amazing anti-bullying ambassadors, anti-bullying week got under way on Monday the 12th.  It was the beginning of a very busy week.

With anti-bullying songs being continuously played on the big interactive board a steady flow of students arrived in LRC4.  They completed surveys, collected their free anti-bullying stickers for their planners, bought those all important sweets and cakes and generally had the chance to chat about their experiences of bullying.

Students completing surveys

Buzzing atmosphere in LRC4 at lunchtime in ‘Our Space’

Students discussing Anti Bullying issues

Students completing surveys

As they left students were encouraged to complete Comments slips that would be collated, viewed and discussed with the ambassadors at a later date.

All feedback will be passed on to you, the students.

Students completing comment slips

We are exhausted but feel that we have given great coverage to the theme of anti-bullying in the lives of our BMS family.  Hopefully  this will help staff to understand the experiences of you, the students and therefore give us all the opportunity to support and guide anyone who has suffered or is suffering any bullying.

Students making Anti Bullying posters

Anti Bullying cake sale popular with the students

Students completing surveys

Specially baked Anti Bullying Cake

 

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