A really successful week with lots of creative and thought provoking activities to raise awareness of treating one another with respect.
Anti bullying week took place across Southfield School 7th-11th November 2016. Throughout the week lessons and assemblies delivered the national Anti Bullying message 'Power for Good.' The aim of the week was to support our students to use their Power for Good, understanding the ways in which they are powerful and can take action to stop bullying.
Students developed their understanding of what bullying is, recognising that everyone has the right to be treated with respect: "Southfield School is committed to provide a caring and safe environment for all our students so they can learn in a friendly and secure atmosphere". The School Council began writing a student friendly Anti bullying Policy which will be ready next term to share with parents.
Students created artwork, superhero masks, photographs, newsletters and even a Mannequin Challenge to promote the Power for Good theme! A competition to judge the most creative message was won by KS3 classes 105 and 106 and KS4 class 205, well done to all the students!