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Keeping Safe and Feeling Happy

Anti-Bullying Ambassadors


Hello from the Oaklands Anti-Bullying Ambassador Team!


We are a group of children who have had training from the Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme in:


-identifying bullying behaviours

-spotting the signs and symptoms of bullying

-how to help others who are being bullied


Here are some photos from our training event where we earnt our certificates and badges.


We are looking forward to achieving our next badge of 'Respect' for Oaklands Primary School. Watch this space for updates!

From time to time life can feel a bit tricky. At Oaklands there are lots of ways that we can help you to feel safer and happier.


If an adult is making you feel unsafe or scared at home or at school - you must tell someone and you will be helped. If you don't have a trusted adult that you feel that you can talk to call Childline 0800 1111


Feeling unsafe at school or at home?

  • Use your safe hand - who have you written on your safe hand? Can you talk to these people about your worries?
  • Your class teacher will always make time you if you are worried about something.
  • Use the friendship bench if you're feeling lonely at lunch-times or break-times.
  • Write down what you are feeling and give the note to a trusted adult.
  • Talk to a friend, they might come to an adult with you.
  • You must protect yourself.


Struggling with learning?


  • Remember that it's not that I cant do it, I just cant do it YET.
  • Having help and support from my teacher or a friend will help me to understand - this is positive.
  • Talk to your grown ups at home and to your class teacher - they can help you to understand which parts you need help with and give you some tips.
  • Remember that our very best learning comes when we make mistakes.



RESPECT poster competition


The Values Ambassadors recently set up a poster competition for the whole school to enter. The poster was to show what respect means to them, how we show it and what it can look like. We had some fantastic entries and selected a winner from KS1 and a winner from KS2. Well done to these two! Their posters are shown below and are also on display in the school hall.




Some other entries included the following ideas:

“Respect is like sunshine, it should shine out of everybody!”

“I admire you/I’m proud of you”

Remember, Everyone is Special and Perfect, Everyone Can show kindness To others”