By Finley, aged 9, Jill Dando News Correspondent
Children across the UK took part in Anti-Bullying activities in classrooms. Many teachers give reasons for studying this subject, like “It helps people understand how bad bullying could be.”
Our Jill Dando News reporters spoke to a Year 2 teacher Mrs Veal at our school Castle Batch Primary School Academy in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset who said she was glad that there was an assemblies across the country on Anti-Bullying.
Mrs Veal said: “Yes, because it is a reminder on how important this subject is.”
Another teacher in Year 2 said: “because it fits in with school rules nicely.”
Miss Coleman in Year 2, said: “You don’t have to be friends, but you do have to respect each other.”
The assembly reminded each pupil how important it is to respect each other no matter what your race is or even religion.
We say: “Let’s just hope bullies learn from their mistakes and stop bullying.”
Finley of Jill Dando News is one of over 100 Jill Dando Journalists who find, write and publish positive good news out across the world in memory of Jill.
Jill Dando is also a former student of WCSA where the project began.
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