Latest NewsPosted on: 24/11/2020
Christ’s College students and staff took part in Anti-Bullying Week and reflected on what bullying is, how we can recognise it, and how as individuals we can be united against bullying through our own conduct and actions.
The week kicked off with a whole school assembly, and during tutor time and lessons, students discussed what bullying is, how it can make you feel, what each person can do to address it, and especially who they can talk to should they experience or see any bullying. Each tutor group came up with a set of pledges to work towards so that everyone can make the school a positive one for all learners. Pledges were shared with the whole school.
At the end of the week, we supported the Anti-Bullying Alliance campaign for #oddsocksday where students and staff wore odd socks or tights to encourage people to express themselves and celebrate their individuality and what makes us all unique!
Click to our Bullying Concerns page to see the tutor group pledges and information about anti-bullying.