Anti-Bullying Week 2022
This week (14th - 18th November), is Anti-Bullying week.
This year's theme is 'Reach Out'.
One of our Year 6 Future Leaders has created and recorded a poem:
"Reach Out to a Breaktime Buddy!"
To ensure that everyone has a 'friend' at break times our Future Leaders have launched a new initiative: Breaktime Buddies.
What is a Breaktime Buddy?
Please watch the video below to find out more.
The video also has questions for the children to answer and discuss as a class at some point this week.
"Breaktime Buddies are another great way to ensure that playtimes are playful for everyone."
(Yr 5 Future Leader)
"The Future Leaders have thought of this idea of Breaktime Buddies so that everyone at Fulbridge has a friend to play with."
(Yr 2 Future Leader)
We do lots of things in school to reduce incidents of bullying, Breaktime Buddies is just one example. We hope to report back and let you know how the new idea is going.
Thank you from The Fulbridge Future Leaders.
Year 6 Assembly
Cambridgeshire Police's Anti-Bullying focus this year is Knife Crime.
On Monday, our Year 6 pupils had a visit from local police officers who presented an assembly regarding the issues around knife crime and the implications this can have on young people.
We all know the difficulties young people face when moving up to secondary education and the peer pressure that some can find themselves in. We hope this assembly has helped to highlight to them ways in preventing and responding to difficult situations.
Thank you to our local Police Officers for visiting and spending this time with us at Fulbridge today.
The Anti-Bullying Alliance have created a Parent Pack which includes conversation starters, how to Reach Out, activities to do with your child during Anti-Bullying Week and sources of advice and support.
Please click on the document below to view: