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Anti-Bullying Week

Students from our Vocational centre participated in a range of activities for Anti-Bullying Week. Students took part in role plays, where they were able to act out different scenarios which may be perceived as bullying, they took part in an interactive presentation whereby they watched YouTube videos to give them greater understanding of bullying, they each chose a friend to talk about, where they were able to tell the group what qualities their friends have to promote positive interaction. The group also designed their own superhero masks and their own anti bullying canvas during an art session, which will be displayed in the classroom!

Darryl, lecturer at Orchard Hill College said “this was a really positive week and I feel students took a lot from the different activities!”

As a result of outstanding teaching, over time students make excellent progress and develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals.
Ofsted November 2019

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