This week is national Anti Bullying Week.
The children will be taking part in various activities throughout the week.
We will be creating a whole school friendship chain, each child will be asked to make a friendship commitment.
We also have visitors in on Friday. they will visit every class and will be giving advice on how to stay safe online.
Mr Murphy will also deliver a whole school assembly on ‘Bullying’. The children will be reminded of what bullying is and how to stand up to it.
We will also be dedicating this week to Children In Need.
Toast, cakes and biscuits will be on sale all of this week, as well as a selection of raffle prizes.
On Friday, the children can come into school in own clothes, or anything ‘Pugsy’.
Finally, we are also starting our hamper appeal. We are asking for each child to bring in one item – chocolate, crisps, tins, gloves, hats etc. We will use these items to build up hampers for either the local food bank or the homeless.
Our families are always so very kind, so we know it will be a success, as well as a very important message to our children about the real meaning of Christmas.