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Anti-Bullying at Herringthorpe Infant School 

 

Here at Herringthorpe Infants we have a dedicated team of Key Stage One children whose job it is to monitor and address bullying. These children are know around school as our Playground Buddies! The Playground Buddies are active at dinner times and play times and work hard to make sure children are happy and have people to play with. They lead games that all children can join in with. If anyone is upset the Playground Buddies will try to understand why and if bullying is taking place they will be an 'Upstander'. The playground buddies have also introduced a buddy bench. It is their job to monitor it and help children who are upset, find an activity or a friend to play with.

 

We work closely with Ann Foxley Johnson from the Rotherham Anti Bullying Company. Mrs FJ has been into school to deliver training to our Buddies and, after the success of last year, will be visiting again to help us run a 'Kindness Day' and 'Diversity Week'.

 

Our newly appointed Playground Buddies will be working alongside our School Council this year to develop a new Child Friendly Anti-Bullying Policy and will also plan activities and deliver assemblies during Anti-Bullying week. 

 

The hard work and dedication that the Playground Buddies have demonstrated have helped us achieve the Bronze Rotherham Anti Bullying award. 

 

Watch this space for exciting updates!

Our display board tells everyone who we are and what we do

We helped design our display board.
It’s important we follow our rota.

Anti Bullying Awards Ceremony 14.11.19

 

Our Anti Bullying team were invited to the Rotherham Anti Bullying Awards Ceremony. We collected our Bronze Award and met other Ambassadors from other schools. We also took part some exciting workshops which gave us lots of ideas of ways we can encourage Anti Bullying at our school.  

 

Collecting our award The workshops were good fun

Anti Bullying Week 11.11.19

This year we have celebrated Odd Socks Day for Anti Bullying week 2019. The children and staff came to school in their odd socks and we made a pledge to make one small change to make our school an even happier place to be. The Anti Bullying Ambassadors also delivered an assembly and taught everyone (including Mrs Pepper and the Governors!) how to be an upstander. Listen and watch the official video and song performed by Andy and the Odd Socks gang here!

Be An Upstander

Our Training Session

We learnt about the different types of bullying
We thought about what bullying looked like
We talked about how bullying makes us feel
We practiced being an 'Upstander' to a bully

Our Bronze Award

Useful Websites to promote Anti-Bullying 

 

If you feel like you are unable to talk to us about anything then please use the following links to seek advice. Staff are always on hand to talk with you about any concerns. 

 

 

 

 

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