Anti-Bullying Week

November 24, 2022

14th – 18th November 2022

It was anti-bullying week at The Pines this week. Anti-Bullying Week helps raise awareness of bullying amongst children and young people and helps schools to tackle bullying taking place both online and face to face.

On Monday we took part in ‘Odd Socks Day’. Children and staff came into school wearing odd socks to help raise the awareness of bullying. We also decorated and design our own odds socks for our anti-bullying awareness display in school.

Let’s have a look at some activities our pupils took part in…

Designing Our Own Odd Socks


Class 1A

1A took a stand against bullying and we pledge to always be kind and caring!


Class 1M

1M throughout about compliments and what they liked about their friends in class. The posted their likes / compliments into a thank you box.

1M also went to the local park and thought about kind actions. We pushed our friends on the swing, took turns, use signing and symbols to say please and thank you.


Class 2B

For anti-bullying week, 2B shared the story The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister. We explored the importance of being kind to our friends. In our Attention Autism session, we enjoyed making a rainbow to introduce our story. The main theme of the story is the importance of sharing and being kind to others. We practiced sharing stickers to make our own Rainbow Fish. We took turns with our friends to place a sticker on our work. We really enjoyed being able to share an activity with each other. 2B also wore odd sock’s on Monday and decorated odd sock’s for our school display.

2B’s Attention Autism Activity: Making A Rainbow

Sharing Stickers


Class 3S

In 3S we made anti-bullying posters on the computer using Microsoft Word. Take a look at our talented artists!

For more information about anti-bullying week, please visit the anti-bulling alliance website: