Pupils and staff from Eastfield Primary School, in Wolverhampton, joined together by wearing blue to recognise all those who have suffered from bullying or are experiencing bullying.
The Anti-Bullying, Wear Blue Day, was held on Friday 17th November with a series of anti-bullying activities throughout the day. Children worked on posters with the message ‘tell someone’, made bullying and friendship scenarios using Lego, designed hands to show how to use hands in a good way, drew super hero friends, created comic strip stories and celebrated being different through well-known stories.
Helen Bird, Deputy Head Teacher, said: “Anti-Bullying Day is an important part of our school curriculum to shine a spotlight on bullying and encourage children to speak to someone and not suffer in silence.”
For more information contact:
Sarah Hay (Head Teacher) on 01902 558604 or at Shay@eastfieldpri.co.uk