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Anti Bullying Ambassadors


During the 2022 winter term, we attended The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme that equipped us with tools needed to tackle bullying behaviour head on, transform our school’s approach to anti-bullying and create a safer, kinder school community.
Our programme is youth-led, with our student team leading the anti-bullying campaign as Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.


To earn our first badge of The Diana Award to demonstrate our school's commitment, we organised and ran anti-bullying events and initiatives that encouraged positive well-being and kindness in our school community, including strengthening peer support systems by introducing our weekly Talk it Tuesday.

We are currently working towards our community badge, wearing our well-being badge with pride.

'Talk it Tuesday'

As student ambassadors, we have introduced Talk it Tuesday as a safe hub for all students who can approach us and talk about any issues or challenges they are facing. 



Anti-bullying Week 13th-17th November.

Anti-Bullying Ambassador News

Our year 11 ambassadors stepped down recently to concentrate on their GCSE examinations and four new ambassadors have now been appointed. They are: Daisy and Erin in Year 9 and Daisy and Althaya in Year 8.

Following on from the success of being awarded our first badge from The Diana Award, we have now completed everything required for our second badge: The Community Badge. Once we have submitted our evidence, we hope to be awarded this badge before the end of the school year.

We have set ourselves the target of earning the two remaining badges next academic year and are looking forward to running lots of activities and continuing to raise the profile of the Anti-Bullying ambassadors within the school community.