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Odd Socks Day
We started off anti-bullying week with Odd Socks Day! It was a great way to celebrate what makes us all unique and individual. Here are some quotes from some of our children:
Rhian (Year 2) ‘I really enjoyed wearing odd socks to show I am different’
Kacie (Year 5) ‘Odd Socks Day is to prove differences and it does not matter who you are’
Millie (Year 5) ‘Being unique is ok and should be celebrated’
Ruby (Year 3) ‘Odd Socks Day started us learning about anti-bullying’
Harry C (Year 5) ‘Odd socks represent how you should not bully people because we are all unique and different’
Joseph (Year 1) ‘Wearing odd socks helped us understand anti-bullying. We are all different’
Odd Socks Day marks the start of Anti-Bullying Week.
It is an opportunity to encourage people to express themselves and celebrate their individuality and what makes us all unique. Therefore, we are asking all children to wear odd socks to school on Monday 14th November so that we are all getting involved in Anti-Bullying Week.
Later in the week, School Council representatives will be delivering assemblies to all children that focus on this.