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Barnburgh Primary School

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Anti-Bullying Week 2020

Anti-Bullying Week will happen from Monday 16th - Friday 20th November and will start with Odd Socks Day to mark the first day. All children are encouraged to come to school in Odd Socks on Monday.

Early Years

Key Stage 1

Come and look at our Odd Socks!

We designed our own odd socks. We spoke about the importance of respect and acceptance. The children were able to talk about how people could be different, the importance of being kind and also who we go to if we feel upset. The children used the socks to celebrate their individuality and what makes them all unique!

Year 1- We watched the official Odd Socks video for Anti Bullying Week, the children loved joining in and listening to the key messages of the song.

Lower Key Stage 2

We learnt that we are all unique by wearing odd socks for the day on National Odd Socks Day.

Year 4 watched a video about a girl who explained why she became a bully. We were really interested to hear the experience from another point of view. We then created our own comic strips, story books or posters about Anti-Bullying.

Upper Key Stage 2

Take a look at Year 5's odd socks!

Year 5 thought about the terms: bullying, cyberbullying, unkind and bystander. We discussed each term, what it meant and what it may look like. We also discussed ways of stopping it or avoiding it. After discussing the terms, Year 5 had to choose from one of the 4 after each statement/scenario they heard. They then created posters about these 4 terms. We also watched a video, this time from the point of view of the bully, and thought about that person's experience and how they came to become a bully and how they turned this around.

Year 6 created art work to show a range of feelings linked to anti - bullying

Year 6 created comic strips