Lotti from 8E recently won our Anti Bullying Week poster, highlighting the Peer Support service offered by our excellent team of 6th Formers. There were some great posters but Lotti's stood out from the rest. her reward was a £20 voucher of her choice. Well done Lotti.
Don't forget, if you're affected by bullying you can see Peer Support in VC Room (opposite the library) during lunchtimes. Their next task will be to train our Bullying Ambassadors in lower school.
Anti-Bullying Week activities
Between 16-20 November, the school organised events to coincide with national Anti-Bullying Week. This was launched by Peer Support during Assembly on Monday and the school contributing to the Young Wales #antibullyingweek thunderclap on twitter. A competition was organised for pupils to create an Anti-Bullying poster - all the entries are displayed along the English corridor in a new Anti-Bullying display area. The winner of the £20 voucher for the best poster was Lotti in 8E. This poster will now be copied and distributed throughout the school. Peer Support also co-ordinated the election of Anti-Bullying Ambassadors for each form class in lower school. This is a brand new role for pupils in KS3, and Ambassadors will shortly receive training from Peer Support to prepare them in their new roles. Also during the week we uploaded our revised Anti-Bullying Policy to the website, which has had pupil contributions. As a follow-up, our Police Community Support Officer led an assembly the following week on cyber-bullying.