Digital Leaders stood up to bullying this Anti-Bullying Week
Published: 7th January 2020
Anti-Bullying Week 2019, organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, ran from 11th to 15th November 2019. During this time young people from around the UK ran a variety of activities in school to celebrate.
Childnet Digital Leaders were encouraged to take part and received a badge and 100 points for sharing their Anti-Bullying Week activities on the platform, which contributes to their school’s place on the Leaderboard!
Well done to all of the Digital Leaders who were involved in activities in their school. Here is a roundup of some of the fantastic things Digital Leaders did to celebrate Anti-Bullying Week 2019 and increase awareness of bullying in school.
Bromley High Junior School
Digital Leaders at Bromley High Junior School not only took part in Odd Socks Day but also made a short film for Anti-Bullying Week. Their creative film features a cat being bullied by a giraffe and a goat until another cat stands up the animals and they all become friends. Abigail P said “this shows how a small change can make a big impact.”
Warwick Preparatory School
At Warwick Preparatory School, the Digital Leaders took part in Anti-Bullying Week by leading an assembly focussed on staying safe online. They covered topics including being kind online, digital footprints and what we do, post, and share online.
Grovelands Community Primary School
Grovelands Community Primary School Digital Leaders made sock-shaped posters for Odd Socks Day and put them up around school to encourage the other students at their school to wear odd socks. Jasmine B enjoyed “knowing our posters (and fun event) touched the hearts of many children and made a difference against bullying!!”.
Manor Junior School
The Digital Leaders at Manor Junior School took part in Odd Socks Day and their Year 3 students took part in an assembly where they learnt about who they can talk to if they witness or experience bullying. Brooke MJ told us, “taking part, supporting others, making people happy and also listening to others” were the most enjoyable aspects.
The Royal Masonic School for Girls
Students at The Royal Masonic School for Girls – led by their Digital Leaders – took part in Odd Socks Day for Anti-Bullying Week. “Seeing everyone wear their odd socks as an individual” was what Lara T enjoyed the most.
Sydenham High School
Sydenham High School Digital Leaders arranged a series of events including taking part in Odd Socks Day and making a video about Anti-Bullying Week. One of the Digital Leaders “really liked working together to create a video about something we all believe strongly about.”
We are so impressed with the amazing and innovative ways Digital Leaders took part in and spread awareness of Anti-Bullying Week 2019! Well done to all the Digital Leaders who took part this year and thank you for sharing your amazing work with us at Childnet.
We love to hear about the impact Digital Leaders make in their school communities. If you would like to share what your pupils have been doing as part of the Childnet Digital Leaders Programme please email [email protected] or tweet us at @ChildnetDL.