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Anti-Bullying Week at Henry Beaufort

This week is National Anti-Bullying Week 2012 and on Wednesday 21 November, 40 children from our feeder primary schools, from Year 2 to Year 6, visited the school to take part in a programme of activities run by our student council.

This week is National Anti-Bullying Week 2012 and on Wednesday 21 November, 40 children from our feeder primary schools, from Year 2 to Year 6, visited the school to take part in a programme of activities run by our student council.

The programme of activities helped them to understand and discuss the different aspects of bullying, for example cyber-bullying, and how to cope with it. The primary pupils visited stations and took part in various activities designed by our student council, such as word searches and quizzes.

The primary pupils said they learnt a lot including: being bullied isn’t good, how to express your feelings, you can walk away, and how to deal with different types of bullying. They are now going back to their schools to make a plan of what they can do to tell the other children in their school about bullying.

One of the adults who came with the children said it was “an absolutely brilliant day - very enjoyable and the Henry Beaufort student council are a credit to your school"