Bingley Grammar School

Anti-bullying Poster Competition

In the build-up to national Anti-bullying week in November Mr Wright has been running an anti-bullying poster competition.

We have received over 40 fantastic entries and it has been really difficult to choose a winner. The winners will be announced tomorrow break time and the chosen posters will be copied and used around school.

The posters produced really varied in style and content; some have one single powerful message, others contain hard-hitting facts about bullying. Some use images of upset children surrounded by their emotions whilst others contain poems. The common theme in all these posters was a powerful message that our students will stand up to bullies and look out for each other.

Here is a poem written by Nieve Hall in Year 7 which features on her poster:

I arrived at school one horrid day,

Every painful word they say,

A tear dropped down my face

and tripped me up with my shoelace.

They kicked me, they hurt me,

Why can’t they see?

Stop being mean to me!

Mr Wright has selected three winners based on their content and presentation. Well done to all our students who entered the competition.

Bullying is regularly discussed as part of the curriculum particularly through PSHCE lessons, though all our staff are confident in discussing this serious issue. Our Heads of Year also frequently focus on the importance of continuing to build a supportive and positive community during assembly time.

At Bingley Grammar we are committed to ensuring that all of our students attend a school at which they feel safe and supported.

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