Last week was anti bullying week at Wybunbury Delves! The week started with wearing odd socks all day in school. This was to celebrate our differences and recognise that being different and unique is a good thing! We then watched a virtual assembly where lots of celebrities helped to spread the message of being kind and celebrating being unique. We listened to an odd socks song too. During the week we have read lots of books too and enjoyed lessons about anti bullying. In Reception and preschool, the children read 'It's okay to be different' by Todd Parr. In Year 1, the class read 'The Family Book' by Todd Parr and in Year 2, the book 'The Boy who called Fabulous' was shared. In Year 3, we shared 'Troll Swap' about celebrating our qualities and another book called 'Part of a Party' about belonging. Year 5 shared 'Some People have two Dads' by Luca Panzini and Year 6 shared 'My Uncle's Wedding' by Eric Ross and 'Williams Doll' by Charlotte Zolotow about respecting differences and gender stereotypes.
'Do to others as you would have them do on to you.' Luke 6:31
'Therefore, encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.' Thessalonians 5:11
We collected some pupil voice which has made us all smile at what a loving and accepting school we are at Wybunbury Delves.
After reading my Uncle's Wedding in Y6, 'you can love who you love. It's called life.' – Ewan.
After reading 'Part of a Party' in Y3 'Families comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes. It doesn't matter what they look life, just that they are full of love.' Hugh