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Anti-Bullying Week


We recently took part in Anti-Bullying Week. Throughout this week we had the opportunity to explore bullying with an emphasis on developing skills, understanding and confidence to recognise and act when we see or experience bullying. The lessons involve many fun activities linked to the anti-bullying theme that complement the national curriculum.  We focused on the theme All Different, All Equal, which allowed us to celebrate what makes us, and others, unique. It also helped us to understand how important it is that every child feels valued and included in school, and to be themselves without fear of bullying.


Here are some pictures from our Anti-Bullying week:


At Hope Hamilton Church of England Primary School we believe that God loves every one of us, so we should treat each other with respect and take care of one another. We also believe that all the people have the right to come to school without the fear of being bullied. If bullying does occur, you should be able to tell without fear of further bullying or discrimination.


Parents may also want to take a look at our Behaviour and Antibullying policy on the Policies page.



STOP bullying

Bullying is when someone hurts you with words or physically





If this is happening to you, tell an adult so we can help you and put a stop to it.



Friendship Problems

Maybe you aren't being bullied but you are having some friendship problems.

Try using the Peace Table:

Be a good listener:

  • Let them speak without interrupting
  • Imagine what it is like in their shoes
  • Think how they feel – how do they look? How do they sound?


1. Sit next to each other. Take a blue or green card

2. Blue card speaks, green listens  without interrupting:

I feel…….

It looked to me as if…..

It sounded to me as if….

I was just trying to….

3. Green card speaks, blue listens without interrupting:

I feel…….

It looked to me as if…..

It sounded to me as if….

I was just trying to….

4. Has there been a misunderstanding?

5. Can you two say anything to sort things out?

6. Do you need a teacher to help you out now