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Great effort Year 4!

What a fantastic range of odd socks we had in Year 4. They were all colours and patterns. Well done for taking part in our Anti-Bullying week and helping everyone realise it is good to be different and that we should RESPECT this.

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Odd Socks Day

Our class has been all at odds today, literally. We have celebrated being different with our very odd Socks. Bullying behaviour and how to deal with it was discussed by Y6 today with great interest. The children were fully engaged in our discussion and all felt that everyone should be treated with equal respect. We are all different and yet all equal. Let’s love our differences!

Can you tell who is who from our photos???

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Anti Bullying Week

In school this week we will be raising the awareness of Anti-Bullying in a positive way that helps children realise that we should RESPECT each other all the TIME. We started today by having a special assembly to introduce the week.

On Wednesday we have said the children can wear odd socks, the louder and brighter the better. We are not asking for anything in return, we want the children to feel confident and happy in their choices and that everyone will respect their choice. School uniform should still be worn, just the socks can be different.

If you have the chance to talk with your children here are a few discussions you could instigate.

1. If you saw someone showing disrespect to someone at school or at a club you attend who would you go to? How would you respond?

2. What act of kindness can you show this week in the playground, the classroom, the dining hall or at a club after school? How can you demonstrate a respect for others?

3. Make a poster or a drawing to show RESPECT.

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All Saints Remembers

It is always such a privilege to see the children in the church and at the War Memorial in Stibbard. They really rose to the occasion in remembering those who have died through war. They listened well as Year 6 delivered their service and were impeccably behaved at the War Memorial. Thank you to Rev Sally and the church wardens for their part in the service and also a big thank you to the parents and villagers who joined us in our act of Remembrance.

A few of Year 6 wore their relatives medals with great pride, Mr Busby proudly wore his very own medals.