St Dunstan's Goes Blue For Anti-Bullying Week
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This week, the College has been marking Anti-Bullying Week. Throughout the week, students have been focusing on the issue, thinking about how they can help and support others to reduce bullying and its negative effects.

On Friday, students and staff came to school wearing blue in aid of Stand Up to Bullying, donating a pound each that will go towards the charity.

Ms Butler, Head of English, said: ‘A huge thank you to all St Dunstan’s students and staff who have today donated to Stand Up to Bullying. It was wonderful to see so many shades of blue worn in support of this excellent charity, which does such important work helping to tackle the serious issue of bullying.’

 Ms Karmock Golds, Head of Lower School, added: ‘It’s been a jam-packed week with our Anti-Bullying awareness with students participating in a range of activities and competitions. It was wonderful to see so many ‘Helping Hands’ from students indicating when they have helped or been offered helped, as well as being able to share ‘The Big Anti-Bullying Assembly’ along with 1.7 million other students nationwide in our tutor times.

‘We continue to champion Compassion as one of our core values and it has clearly been embraced by all year groups in their response to this Theme of the Week.’

See photos below, of our fantastic lower school anti-bullying display and students and teachers in blue – even the Headmaster got involved wearing colourful socks.

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