Children in Class 2 have been selected to undertake the ‘Diana Award’. The class started the journey of becoming ‘Princess Diana Anti-Bullying Ambassadors’ at the start of the term. The ‘Diana Award’ has been set up in memory of Princess Diana, promoting care and compassion for all. The children and staff were given four hours of training, this gave them the understanding and background needed to be anti- bullying ambassadors, in memory of Princess Diana. The next step for the class is to create an action plan to raise awareness and promote positive relationships, in school, at home and online.
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DIANE AWARD – ANTI-BULLYING AMBASSADORS
We made you aware of the training the children received recently in order for us to work towards achieving the Diana Award. Well, as a school we took our first steps by attaining the Wellbeing badge! The Diana Award is made up of 4 badges, each with a different school focus to promote anti-bullying; our first focus as a school was Wellbeing! Mr. Warrilow and two students (Lucy and Megan K) met with a Diana Award representative over Zoom to discuss what we do as a school to support the wellbeing of the children. From the meeting, the school were awarded the WELLBEING BADGE! Wellbeing is extremely important to everyone at school, we want children to feel safe, know they have peers and several member of staff to speak to and have a place where they can go if they need support. Lucy and Megan did a wonderful job representing school and helping us attain the first badge – well done. What badge shall we go for next?