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'Choose Respect' 2018

 

"I have a child who attends HPS and has recently taken part in friendship week. I have seen the positive impact this has had on my child and their knowledge and understanding. The balloon release was a lovely touch and a great memory to treasure" (parent of a child in year 5)

 

"I have two children at Heath Primary School and I feel Friendship week has been fantastic for them both. They both lack confidence sometimes and this has given them the perfect opportunity to join in with different activities that they wouldn't normally do" (parent of a child in year 2 and 5)

 

Friendship Week - "Choose Respect" linking with our school rules and value "Respect"

 

Friendship week shines a spotlight on bullying and encourages all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. During  Friendship week the ambassadors and Mrs Hill planned lots of different activities to develop understanding and awareness about anti-bullying by encouraging individual and collective action to STOP bullying and create the best world possible.

 
 
 

 

KS2 children watched and were able to take part in the fantastic drama show "The B Word" presented by Firehorse Productions.

We opened our Friendship Week supporting the national project by Andy and the Odd Socks - Help us unite against bullying and wear your odd socks. It’s an opportunity for children to express themselves and celebrate what makes us unique.

We opened our Friendship Week supporting the national project by Andy and the Odd Socks - Help us unite against bullying and wear your odd socks. It’s an opportunity for children to express themselves and celebrate what makes us unique.  1

Tibshelf Community College shared their amazing drama production "Choose Respect" to the whole school.

Tibshelf Community College shared their amazing drama production "Choose Respect" to the whole school. 1
Our nominate a good friend box was full by the end of the week with over 200 children being nominated. A friendship award was presented to our KS1 and KS2 winner.
Our celebration assembly on Friday saw each class share some of the fantastic work they have been doing in their own classes during the week. This consisted of a Friendship poetry writing, Friendship Buns, Songs, Art activities, Drama, Learning about Famous People who have helped us, Exploring books about friendship/ bullying and much more!  
To mark the end of our Friendship week, we released 350 (bio-degradable) balloons to celebrate friendship and support for everyone in our school and for all children around the world. It looked amazing and it was a very memorable moment for all of us to take part in together.
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