Anti-Bullying Week 2017
During assembly this morning, staff and children demonstrated different aspects of bullying and what we can do to stamp it out!
As part of St Stephen's Anti-Bullying week,, Year 1 have been looking at how we can unite together against bullying. We learnt that we are all part of one school family and need to stand together to STOP BULLYING.
In Year 3, we have been learning about how to help those who have been bullied. We acted out parts of a book we have been reading called 'SOMETHING ELSE' by Kathryn Cave. We also shared ways of helping victims of bullying in a heart that we created.
As part of Anti-Bullying week, Year 5 have been exploring Cyberbullying. The children decided on different aspects to focus on during their verse. Having chosen, they worked together in small groups to write, practise and perform their year group rap. Hope you enjoy it!
As part of Anti-Bullying week, Year 4 have been looking at diversity and the importance of respecting each others differences. We have sought inspiration from Todd Parr's book, "It's Okay to be Different".
IT'S OKAY TO BE DIFFERENT. YOU ARE SPECIAL AND IMPORTANT JUST BECAUSE OF BEING WHO YOU ARE.
Year 4 performed the poem, "The Bees Still Buzz", celebrating the diversity and resilience of Greater Manchester
I AM SPECIAL, i AM UNIQUE! After reading the book 'PERFECTLY NORMAN', Year 2 learnt that it is OK to be different.
As part of Anti-Bullying week, Year 6 have been exploring 'Mental Health' and the importance of looking at 'coping strategies' to combat stress and the pressures of modern life on the youth of today.