On Tuesday we kicked off our anti-bullying week with odd sock day. Wearing odd socks shows that it’s ok to be different and we’re all unique.

The children learnt the official odd sock song and discussed ways of accepting our differences. We also had a special assembly by Phil Downing who defined what bullying is and discussed how the children can deal with bullying issues. Phil advised the children to put on their tethlon suits and become resilient ,starting with a change in their own behaviour and attitudes.The children will continue to discuss how to make changes in school to prevent bullying.

Mrs J. Turner

I have been teaching at Park for over twenty six years – I may have taught some of your parents! I have spent many years teaching in Key Stage 1 but more recently in Year 5 and 6, and now Year 3. I am also Assistant Head Teacher and SENCo. This means I manage the Inclusion Team and Special Educational Needs at Park Primary School.
Mrs J. Turner

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