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‘Make a noise about bullying’

Published Tuesday 24th of November 2015 02:22:28 PM

The theme of this year’s anti-bulling week was ‘Make a noise about bullying’ and every opportunity was taken to reinforce the anti-bullying message at St Benedict’s School, Ealing. There have been several special assemblies where pupils have been able to put the anti-bullying message into their own words. Stories of bullying have made clear the hurt it can cause, even though this may occur online. Cyber-bullying has been a particular focus this year and all parents were invited to take part in an E-safety survey as part of the week’s activities. Year 8 pupils took part in national competitions to design anti-bullying posters whilst Year 9 produced the Theme of the Week noticeboard. Pupils wore the blue anti-bullying wrist bands which served not only to show solidarity with the victims of bullying but also act as a reminder of where help and advice can be found. Peter Allott, Deputy Head at St Benedict’s, said: Our mission of ‘Teaching a way of living’ makes it a particular imperative to deal with bullying when it occurs. By making a noise about bullying this week, everyone in our community has been reminded of the importance of tackling bullying immediately.”
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