Next week is Anti-Bullying Week 2019.
We will be celebrating another ODD SOCKS DAY on Monday and we will be spending the week celebrating our diversity and discussing kindness and the changes we want to make with our actions.
WHAT IS ODD SOCKS DAY? Odd Socks Day forms part of Anti-Bullying Week each year. It is a chance to celebrate that we are all unique. All we ask is that you wear odd socks on Monday 11th November. Millions of children and adults will be taking part across the country. The national Odd Socks Say is actually Tuesday but we are celebrating it on Monday – don’t forget!
WHY IS ODD SOCKS DAY IMPORTANT? The day sends an important message to people that they should be allowed to be themselves, free from bullying and it helps us celebrate Anti-Bullying Week in a fun and positive way.
Of course, Monday is also remembrance day and children will be observing a minutes silence during the morning. Children took part in assemblies about remembrance this past week.
Enjoy these official Anti-Bullying Week videos: