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What To Do If You Are Worried

Life can sometimes be tricky and it can make you feel sad, lonely, worried, nervous and all sorts of other emotions. This can happen to anyone at any time!! We want to help you with any worries you have so please come and talk to us! It is OK to be worried about things and often the more you talk about a worry the smaller it will get!


What can you do?


You can use to share your worries with your class teacher. They will talk through your worries and try to help you feel happier!


If you don't want to share your worry with your class teacher you can tell another adult in school and they will always do their best to help you.


Sometimes our worries can be about bullying. Our Anti Bullying Code can be very helpful in knowing what to do about it.

Anti Bullying Code


If you see someone being bullied:

•DON’T rush over and take the bully on;

•DO let a teacher or other staff member know;

•DO try to be a friend to the person being bullied;

•DON’T be made to join in;

•DO try to help the bully stop bullying.


If you are a victim of bullying:

•TELL a teacher or another adult in school;

•Tell your family;

•TAKE a friend with you if you are scared to tell someone by yourself;

•KEEP telling people until someone listens;

•DON’T blame yourself for what has happened.



Please see below some other people who may be able to help if you are worried about something:

Picture 1 Jasmine Jones (Year 6) Anti-Bullying Ambassador
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Our work in school for Anti Bullying week staring 14th November 2016 has started with an assembly presentation by the two newly elected Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. They will be going into classes during this work to work with the children on activities linked to telling people if you have a problem. 
Picture 1 What is bullying?
Picture 2 Bullying on line advice
Picture 3 Explaining what to do if you are worried
Picture 4 Talking to the children in Oaks
Picture 5 Reading a special story about talking to adults
Picture 6 Using a Powerpoint to talk about bullying

The Anti Bullying Ambassadors assembly