We are very pleased and proud to announce that Berry Hill Primary School has been named an ‘All Together’ school and has been awarded the gold standard. This means that the work that we do in school with the children and the measures that we put in place to work against bullying have been recognised as excellent.
This year, Anti-Bullying week runs from MONDAY 12th to FRIDAY 16th NOVEMBER and this year’s theme is
We will be planning lots of activities for the children to take part in to encourage them to choose to treat people in a respectful way and not in unkind ways.
Our anti-bullying focus will start on FRIDAY 9th NOVEMBER with our blue themed FRIENDSHIP FRIDAY non-uniform day and (after last years success!) will continue on MONDAY 12th NOVEMBER with ODD SOCKS DAY!!!
We will provide more details closer to the time so watch this space J
At Berry Hill Primary School we take great pride in ensuring children feel safe and happy. To enable this to happen we have lots of policies and procedures in place. One of the ways we keep children safe is through teaching children about bullying and the effects it can have.
The Anti-Bullying Alliance defines bullying as…
The repetitive, intentional hurting of one person or group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power. Bullying can be physical, verbal or psychological. It can happen face-to-face or online.
As a school, we always encourage children to tell an adult if they have any concerns about bullying. If they do not feel they can tell someone they can write a worry down and use our worry boxes. Every classroom has their own worry box. Additionally, we also have a specific bullying worry box located on the Anti-Bullying display outside year 5 classrooms. Alternatively you could use the form below to report any concerns to school. Please ensure you put your child’s full name, class and details about any concerns.
It looked a little bit like we’d all got dressed in the dark today…but there was a very good reason for us wearing our odd socks!
We have been doing lots for anti-bullying week and wearing our odd socks for the day was part of our themed week. Our odd socks helped us to show that we’re all unique, different and we don’t all have to match one another. It’s ok for us all to be different.