Anti-Bullying Week

17th November 2015

Anti-Bullying Week 2015

(Monday 16th November – Friday 20th November)

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Today, all the children in years 2 to 6 enjoyed a wonderful performance by Firehorse Productions called ‘Sticks and Stones’. While the children really enjoyed the performance, they also listened carefully to the important anti-bullying messages communicated.

Here are the thoughts of some of the children …


‘I enjoyed the way that the play investigated how all the different characters involved were feeling. It also showed the importance of being your own person, not joining in with the crowd.’


‘The play showed different ways that people could be bullied and how they’d feel. The play helped me understand that you should not reply if people say nasty things about you online. You should ignore them and tell somebody that you trust.’


‘I enjoyed the play. I know that cyber-bullying can hurt because lots of people can get involved in a disagreement.’


‘I enjoyed the performance as it was quite funny. I learnt about cyber-bullying, which is when people bully people using computers and the Internet.’


‘I liked the play because, at the end, the bully realised they had done something wrong and he stopped.’


‘I really enjoyed the play because it taught people how to stand up for themselves … and it was quite funny too. I learnt that bullying is really bad. I know to tell people who I trust, like a teacher or parent.’

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