At Langwith Bassett, we do not tolerate bullying. In order to support children who feel they are being bullied we have appointed Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. These children work together with the help of Mrs Lyons, to think of ways we can prevent bullying in school, and make it a happy and safe place for all.
The team meet with Mrs Lyons to look at ways we can promote anti-bullying at Langwith Bassett.
On Wednesday 25th January our ambassadors, Mrs Gratton and Mrs Lyons attended the regional Diana Award Ambassador Upskill Training at Springwell Community College. They had a fantastic day, finding out how to confidently deal with bullying in school, being a good public speaker and how to promote our role back in school. We were extremely proud of their mature attitude, confidence and respect. Please take a look at the photos below to see them in action.
Click here to view our child friendly anti-bullying policy written by our ambassadors.
For more details of the Diana Award please view the following http://diana-award.org.uk/programmes/anti-bullying/
On Thursday October 13th our ambassadors, accompanied by Mr Stockdale (our anti-bullying Governor) and Mrs Lyons attended the regional Diana Award Ambassador Training at Springwell Community College. They had a fantastic day, finding out what makes an effective ambassador, how to deal with bullying and planning for our future roles of ambassadors in school.
Please take a look at our gallery to see them in action.