Fordfield Road, Sunderland, Tyne And Wear, SR4 0DA
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At the beginning of the year, our children took part in elections for our school council. Classes took turns to visit the polling station to cast their votes; the winning candidates were announced in assembly after every class had voted.
During the Autumn Term, the focus of school council meetings was anti-bullying. We discussed ideas for Anti-bullying week and brought our class ideas to meetings. We had some brilliant ideas from our classes for activities to do during the week.
The whole school participated in a poster competition and we had the difficult job of choosing the winners. There were some fantastic entries and it was a really difficult decision.
The Foundation of Light kindly funded two new friendship benches which were placed on the KS2 yard following the launch of our anti-bullying buddies during Anti-bullying week.
The focus of our School Council will be to ensure that Highfield is an Anti Bullying school. We are looking forward to continuing our work on anti-bullying next term to ensure that were are ready to achieve the anti-bullying charter mark.