Anti-bullying Ambassadors

 Well done to the ambassadors for leading a successful assembly introducing SMILERS - a way to promote positive mental health. This half term we are focussing on improving our mental health by S - Staying connected! and to do this we are challenging the children to contact someone they know that they may or may not have seen for a while.

Ambassador's Newsletter Spring 2022

Welcome to our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors for 2022/2023


 Year 3 Ambassadors - Livvi and Henry


 Year 4 Ambassadors - Isla and Oliver


 Year 5 Ambassadors - Blake, Oskar, Ada and George


 Year 6 Ambassadors - Lilley, Tommy and Isaac


 Claire Edwards our Anti-bullying Lead


 Dawn Bartley our Anti-Stigma Lead

Ambassadors Assembly - Choose Respect

The ambassadors led an amazing assembly and taught everyone a new song. This was supported by our Y6 House Captains who taught it in the house assemblies too. 

Happy New Year

Welcome to a new academic year. This year each class in Key Stage 2 has elected their own Anti-Bullying representatives. So we are very pleased to introduce the Ambassadors for 2018-2019 I am sure they will do a fabulous job

 Y6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

 Y5 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

 Y4 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

 Y3 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

 Claire Edwards - Anti-Bullying Co-ordinator

Ambassador Newsletter Summer 2018

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 We have appointed some new anti-bullying ambassadors  - here they are if you ever need any help with anything, please find one and ask

Unite for a safer Internet

To celebrate Safer Internet Day the Anti- Bully Ambassadors have put together a short film to help you remember a few important tips when using the internet to share images or videos.

The most important things you can do in order to help your child have fun and stay safe are the following;

  1. Set up a family agreement for internet usage. Limit the time spent on devices with access to this.
  2. Talk to your children openly about what you are doing and what they are doing on the internet.
  3. Keep your security settings up to date, checking them regularly as they often change when apps are updated.
  4. Turn off geotagging services.
  5. Ensure your children understand what could be dangerous to include in any images they upload, for example school uniforms, street names or car registrations.
  6. Talk to your children about where to report things they find on the internet which they don't quite like, or conversations sent that they are not comfortable. The IWF and CEOP are the main places to do this.
  7. Watch videos on the Think You Know website which are regularly updated to tackle current issues and also split into age categories.
  8. Continue to relay the message that the internet is a very fun way to learn and get creative but we must follow rules to ensure everyone is safe and happy.