During anti-bullying, Year 4 learn about bullying.
By Kayleigh Brewster
This year's anti-bullying week was kicked off with a lovely assembly to help introduce the students to the topic of bullying. This was also supported by an odd-socks day to show support for everyone’s differences.
Year 4 were also able to learn more about bullying in their lessons. They discovered that the different kinds of bullying are; physical, mental, emotional and social. The students were then able to learn how to spot behaviour that indicated that someone is a bully or is being bullied. They were also able to learn about the different effects of bullying. It was surprising for some to learn that the people most at risk are those who have been bullied AND have bullied others.
After learning about bullying, the year 4 students were able to create posters to help the other students in the school. These posters were then presented to year 3 and flexi students to help them learn more about bullying and help them recognise and know what to do should they ever see it happening.
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