This week, we are celebrating World Mental Health Day and we will be watching 'The Big Assembly' in class.
Your young people will hear from a host of celebrities on why anti-bullying is so important, as well as practical tips to take away and immediately implement in to school in order to make it a kinder place built on mutual respect where difference is celebrated and bullying behaviour is stamped out. We will cover a variety of topics, including the importance of being an ‘Upstander’ against bullying behaviour –someone who doesn’t just stand by when they see something that isn’t right.
We would love it if you could discuss this with your children at home.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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