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Anti Bullying Ambassadors
On the 29th June 2016, thirteen Year 10 learners and two senior prefects from year 11 attended an Anti-Bullying Ambassador training Day in Blackpool organised by the Princess Diana team.
This training has since been disseminated to other Student Leaders who now play an active role in promoting anti-bullying at Rayner Stephens High School.
The school has an anti-bullying base open every break and lunch time to support learners at Rayner Stephens.
What is an Anti-Bullying Ambassador?
At Rayner Stephens an Anti-Bullying Ambassador is:
- Someone who demonstrates the ASPIRE values at all times!
- Someone who is passionate to show they are against bullying!
- Someone who is approachable, promotes kindness and is a good listener!
What did they learn from their training?
- Understanding the issue of bullying, facts, the effects of bullying, definition of bullying
- Practical ideas, top tips
- They received basic training looking at the skills needed to support others to stay safe
- Ideas to bring back to school to support the students at Rayner Stephens
What will the Ambassadors do at Rayner Stephens?
- Be part of a team who promotes kindness and guide others to get the support they need
- Be part of a team who are passionate about making a positive change around the school
- Be part of the duty rota at the Anti-Bullying base
- Understand confidentiality and the importance of sharing concerns if they feel others are at risk
- Attend regular Anti-Bullying Ambassador meetings
- Promote the work of the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors around school and at events
The Anti-bullying Alliance is a coalition of organisations and individuals working together to stop bullying and create safe environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn.
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