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Random Acts of Kindness Week

Dear Parents/Carers,


Random Acts of Kindness Week!


We are taking part in Anti-Bullying Week this term between Monday 14th–Friday 18th November 2016. Anti-Bullying Week helps our school to shine a spotlight on bullying and encourage all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year.


As a school, we have decided the best way to combat bullying is to be kind. Therefore we are challenging everyone in our school community to perform at least one ‘Random Act of Kindness’ during the week.


Some suggestions of kind acts from our School Council are:


  • Give a compliment to someone who deserves it

  • Smile lots

  • Give someone a book you think they’ll like

  • Help someone with their heavy bag

  • Buy someone flowers


    We hope your children are inspired to be kind at home too!


    Thank you for your support in advance,


    Mrs McManus