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Heronswood Primary School pupils supported Anti-Bullying Week by celebrating what makes them different, coinciding with the theme ‘All Different, All Equal’. They had a week full of events which included teaching the children to identify the different types of bullying, how bullying affects different people and where to go to seek help.

Children came into school on Wednesday dressed in something that makes them unique, celebrating their own personalities whilst also raising money for Children In Need.

“Our whole ethos in the school is showing respect for one another regardless of differences but we always dedicate a week in November to show our support against bullying. The school council decide what activities we cover during the week so it is all pupil-led, learning about what they want to find out.” said Mrs Mikolajczyk, PSHE lead.

West Mercia Police also visited the school throughout the week to deliver assemblies and workshops to the children from Reception all the way through to Year 6.

“The Police told us all about some famous people who had been bullied when they were younger. I was really surprised!  It was interesting to ask the Police questions and find out about their job!” said Tyrese Woodstock (8 years old).