National Anti-Bullying Week

For National AntiBullying Week, Lister staff and students organised a wide range of events and activities to help highlight the effects bullying has on many people. Lister has a zero tolerance policy on bullying so this week was a reminder to all staff and students of what we can do collectively to tackle bullying.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Our newly appointed AntiBullying Ambassadors proudly wore their house coloured t-shirts with the slogan #STOPBULLYING. They were excited and passionate about spreading this positive message. They were all involved in planning, participating and facilitating the events planned over the course of the week. Events included a ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’ style game about anti-bullying, a lively and thought-provoking debate on the topic of “Should bullies be punished or helped?”, and an amazing antibullying performance directed by Ms Naraine and performed by Mr Bolaji and the GCSE Drama students. Over the course of the week tutors engaged in interesting discussions where topics such as ‘Bullying vs Banter’ were discussed.

A new record was set in thePoster and Poem competition as there were over 45 entries. The winner of the competition will be announced in the final assembly before the Christmas break. A huge thank you and well done to all the staff and students who submitted entries.

All in all, it was a fantastic week and would not have been possible without the Brrilliant ABA’s and the support and engagement of the rest of the school.

Mr Bolaji

 

 

Leave a Reply