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Anti-Bullying and Interfaith Week

Posted on: 24 Nov 2015 by Weston Green School

Anti-Bullying and Interfaith Week

We took the theme of ‘Looking after each other’ as we addressed issues relating to bullying, friendship and valuing the variety of faiths represented within the school during Anti-Bullying and Interfaith Weeks, which coincided this year.  We welcomed Ian Whitley and Sue Ross from All Saints Church who led an interfaith assembly for KS1 and KS2, as well as interactive sessions with each year group exploring our theme.

A prayer and reflection space was set up in the Music Studio for pupils to visit quietly at playtimes with a variety of books, pictures and items displayed representing different faiths.

Pupils also produced Anti-Bullying posters for an inter-school competition – the winning poster was designed by Sarani Retnasingham and it will be displayed around the school to reinforce the message.

The week was rounded off with a wonderful assembly led by 1W who made a potion containing the ingredients necessary for friendship.

Staff were impressed with the children’s engagement over the course of the week, the quality of their discussions and questions as well as their artistic posters. Encouraging pupils to seek advice and help when they need it is something we continually reinforce, as well as being supportive of everyone within the school community.

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