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Grantham schools rock odd socks to mark Anti-Bullying Week


By Grantham Reporter


Pupils at Ambergate Sports College and The Sandon School celebrated their individuality by rocking odd socks to mark Anti-Bullying week earlier this month.

It was part of a variety of events taking place across schools within the multi-academy trust (C.I.T Academies)

Ambergate also hosted an NSPCC E-Safety talk for parents to raise awareness of the dangers presented online.

Over at Poplar Farm School, pupils drew odd socks for their partners to fit in with the ‘Respect’ theme of the week.

Staff from across C.I.T Academies have been supporting the anti-bullying stance by designing Superhero masks that embrace the idea that we are ‘all different, all equal.'

There has also been a big focus on cyberbullying.

Ambergate hosted an NSPCC E-Safety talk for parents before using a range of ‘Stop, Speak and Support’ resources to raise awareness of the dangers presented by online interactions.

Pupils at Ambergate and Sandon School wore odd socks to mark anti-bullying week. (5459248)
Pupils at Ambergate and Sandon School wore odd socks to mark anti-bullying week. (5459248)


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