From Monday 15th November we are raising awareness of anti-bullying through our “Kindness Week” with the theme of “One Kind Word.”
In a world that can sometimes feel like it’s filled with negativity, one kind word can provide a moment of hope. It can be a turning point. It can change someone’s perspective. It can change their day. It can change the course of a conversation and break the cycle of bullying. Best of all, one kind word leads to another. Kindness fuels kindness. So from the playground to Parliament, and from our phones to our homes, together our actions can fire a chain reaction that powers positivity.
It starts with one kind word.
Odd Socks Day (in collaboration with the Anti-Bullying Alliance) takes place this Monday to launch our Kindness Week. Children (and adults) are invited to wear their own choice of socks or odd socks to express and celebrate their individuality and uniqueness. Our aim is to raise awareness of this important issue – no donation is required but should you wish to donate then please visit the Anti-bullying Alliance website where you can also find further information and support .
Let’s rock those socks!
Children's Mental Health Week is taking place 1st - 7th February 2021.
This year's theme is Express Yourself.
During the February half-term break, Sir Henry Fermor CE Primary School is supporting Heads On, the official NHS charity for mental health services in Sussex.
Children in school, and at home, have been designing and decorating Hearts of Gold to display around the community. We are hoping to raise awareness of all those who support us whilst spreading hope and joy.