Caring youngsters from Willoughton Primary School have been getting creative during national Anti-Bullying Week.
The students took part in a range of activities throughout the week, including designing T-shirts and making pledges.
And some of them even penned and performed their very own song.
“Anti-bullying week is a great opportunity to reinforce the values we live by day to day in school,” said the school’s business manager Tina Dean.
“It is a little reminder about respecting each other and how we should treat each other and consider other people’s feelings.”
The school council decided to design anti-bullying posters to display around the school, but some of them were so good that Tina decided to have them made into T-shirts.
“It meant they could wear them around school, so they had something to be proud off,” said Tina.
“And the best three were given prizes in a special assembly at the end of the week.”
Another class wrote and performed a song, while another group wrote pledges to be displayed in the school that they would take personal responsibility for.
Established by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, this year’s Anti-Bullying Week focused on cyber bullying.
A major new study commissioned by McAfee and the Anti-Bullying Alliance, revealed most of children’s internet use takes place away from the watchful eye of a parent.
The findings were revealed during Anti-Bullying Week to raise awareness of the problem.
To watch a video of the Willoughton Primary School anti-bullying song visit www.gainsboroughstandard.co.uk