Behaviour Awareness Week 2016
This week, the children are participating in several activities to celebrate and show awareness for Behaviour Awareness Week 2016.
As a school, the children are taking in part in various lessons and Circle Time activities to discuss what is meant by the term 'bullying' and how they should respond to positive and negative situations that arise inside and outside of school. They will then be helping to contribute to our new Anti-Bullying Policy, which will be uploaded onto the school website upon completion.
On Monday, the children were also visited by the Southport Schools' Worker Trust, who delivered assemblies across Key Stage 2. The children were very enthusiastic, taking part in different roleplay activities and dances.