Supported by HRH The Duke of Cambridge, The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign engages young people, parents and teachers to change the attitudes, behaviour and culture of bullying by building skills and confidence to address different situations, both online and offline.
Who are we?
We are the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors!
We are around the school to help anyone with any friendship problems.
If children want help or advice, if they feel like they are being bullied or if they think they have seen bullying in school.
Our aim is to stop and prevent bullying in our school.
We want to make our school a kind, safe place.
Where everyone likes to be and feels comfortable and safe to be themselves.
Together we are a Fir Tree family.
Join us in using our super powers for good!
What is bullying?
Bullying is repetitive, negative behaviour.
It is when someone says or does something intentionally (on purpose).
It is hurtful and they keep doing it, over a period of time.
Even when you tell them to stop or show them you are upset.
At Fir Tree Primary we say:
When someone says or does something unintentionally hurtful, and they do it once, that’s not nice.
When someone says or does something hurtful intentionally, and they do it once, that’s mean.
When someone says or does something hurtful intentionally, and they keep doing it, that is bullying.
Don’t be a bully be a buddy!
Our staff lead anti – bullying ambassadors are:
Miss Burton and Miss Crewe
See the photos to meet our Anti – bullying Ambassadors