Pupils came to school in blue on Friday to show support for the Anti-Bullying agenda.
As part of the national Anti-Bullying Week, pupils spent time discussing how to recognise bullying (including cyber-bullying), how it affects people and who they should talk to if bullying happens to them.
Pupils also discussed how friends play an important part in our lives, that we show our love for them by listening, by sharing, by spending time with them and by sharing compliments regularly: twice last week in our morning Act of Worship the whole school body spent time simply sharing compliments with those around us.
We have also stressed to pupils that friendships are sometimes tricky, that they sometimes flounder on rocky ground and can result in disagreements and arguments, but that just like multiplication tables and long division, we can all learn how to get better at them.
The pictures below show the whole school dressed in blue. As a school we will be retuning to this theme later in the school year when we look more closely at cyber-bullying and how to prevent it.