So much can be said with 'One Kind Word'
During Term 1 our students participated in a variety of activities for anti-bullying week with the theme of "One Kind Word".
Our Kindness Day on 15 November had our PTSA working on the beautiful flower petals and leaves for our classes to write words of kindness on. Remember that one kind word can make someone's day.
Our EYFS, Year 1 and 2 students sent in very creative drawings of their socks for "One Kind Word" during the anti-bullying week, while the rest of the students had fun showing off their odd socks. A celebration of what makes each of us unique.
A free online safety guide on sharing kindness online.
Last year, around one in five children aged 10–15 in England and Wales admitted experiencing online bullying: most commonly being insulted or sworn at, or having hurtful messages sent about them. To a child who’s being bullied, the world can seem like a bleak, negative place – but just one kind word can be a ray of hope: a turning point that brightens someone’s day and resets their perspective. That’s why ‘One Kind Word’ is the theme of Anti-Bullying Week 2021. We’re supporting this year’s event by bringing you ten top tips for beating online bullying by replacing it with kindness. In the guide, you'll find tips such as reaching out, thinking before commenting and recommending fun things. #onlinesafety #antibullyingwek #onekindword