Thanks so much to pupils and staff who pulled on their ‘odd socks’ today in support of Anti-Bullying Week. Everyone is different, just like these socks!
Odd Socks Day is part of Anti-Bullying Week, which encourages children and young people to wear odd socks to school to celebrate their differences. With the theme ‘United Against Bullying’, this year’s campaign seeks to bring school communities together to raise awareness of bullying prevention. Recent events have seen lives turned upside down, and being part of an inclusive school community that stands up against bullying is empowering for pupils to be part of.
As well as wearing odd socks, we will be hosting anti-bullying assemblies throughout the course of the week.