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Anti-Bullying Week 2017

Anti-bullying Week runs from 13-17 November each year and the theme this year is: ‘All Different, All Equal’. The idea is to promote differences and help young people celebrate what makes them, and others, unique . Our main aim as Anti-bullying Ambassadors is to help people understand why it’s important that every child feels included in the school community and allow them to express themselves without fear of bullying.

In AGGS, the Anti-Bullying team will be presenting assemblies to all year groups and will be promoting equality throughout the week through a range of activities. So keep your eyes open during November!

Remember,

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From the Anti-bullying team 🙂

Sorry Box

A fresh start…

Traditionally at the start of a new year, we make resolutions about how we can change our life for the better. We would like to give everyone an opportunity to start 2017 in a positive way with one another.

Have you fallen out with someone or had an argument that has not been resolved with a friend? Anti bullying ambassadors have come up with an idea to post messages to a friend and it is called the ‘Sorry Box’.

This is how it works:

  • Write down what you would like to say
  • Sign you name
  • Address the envelope with the name of the person and your name on the back
  • Post the envelope into the private post box outside the medical room
  • The anti bullying ambassadors will deliver it on your behalf

Guidelines:

Keep it positive – this should not be a way of pursuing an argument or any ill feeling. The purpose is to rebuild a friendship.

Letters will not be delivered if your name isn’t visible on the outside as this will be used as evidence of posting so it can be tracked.

If you receive a letter/card that is not appropriate please report this immediately to Miss Wright.

We hope the Sorry Box will help resolve arguments and mend friendships. 🙂

Anti-Bullying training day

Y10 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors, Nov 2016

Year 10 girls went to Anti-Bullying training day at Old Trafford, run by the Diana Award – Anti-Bullying programme. They willl now be joining our current year 11 ambassadors to carry on the good work in school.

Anti Bullying Week Update 2016

The theme ‘Power for Good’ is being promoted throughout the school week. Anti bullying Ambassadors have given assemblies to all year groups about how we can all make a change and create a friendly school environment.

We have recommended teachers to plan out activities for their form that help build teamwork skills. Anti bullying ambassadors will be visiting their Year 7 forms and playing games that require concentration and of course, they will be fun!

Teachers have also been asked t switch up seating plans so students can talk to other people they might not usually have conversations with.

We also recommend complimenting people this week, even a smile can brighten up someone’s day!

A message from the Anti bullying team x

Anti bullying Week 2016

Every year in November, the Anti-Bullying Alliance co-ordinate Anti-Bullying Week. This year the theme is: ‘Power for Good’

Any ideas as to what this could mean?

We will be running activities this week, coming together to stand up to bullying!

Last years theme was ‘Make a Noise!’. Last year we presented in assemblies and promoted the Sharp System. What will we be doing this year? 🙂