Link to the winter edition of the Bishop's Stortford Raring2go magazine
On Monday 15th November, we had an odd sock day for anti-bullying week; a lot of the pupils had exceedingly creative socks that were all different. We wore odd socks to celebrate that everyone is different, which is a brilliant thing. Each pupil donated at least £1 towards the Anti-Bullying Alliance which made our total £136. As well as that, we have also started a new class activity called warm fuzzies. Warm fuzzies are kind comments that you give to someone else. When you’ve finished what you’re supposed to do in that lesson or at snack or lunch time, you can write a kind note anonymously to someone in your class and then put it in there folder. At different times of the day the class teacher will randomly hand out a few from each folder. We have all learnt that we should still be kind to each other after this week as well.
Written by Saoirse and Ruby, year 6.