Pupils from Cumberland School recently took part in Anti-Bullying Week. The main topic of this year’s campaign was United Against Bullying.
As part of their week of learning, the pupils took part in tasks to help them to understand the effects of bullying. They started by designing five statements for a stand against bullying and they all completed the Anti – Bullying Alliance Puzzle Pledges, to show they are all united against bullying.
They also hosted a football tournament organised by PE Teacher, Ben Armstrong. Teams played four games to reach the final, and the focus of the competition was everyone coming together for a good cause. There was a great atmosphere as everyone celebrated goals and coming together.
It was an enjoyable week with pupils recognising the importance of being kind and supportive with one another.
Well done everyone.
Pupils undertake tasks to understand the importance of Anti-Bullying