Youngsters stand united against bullying

An anti-bullying event which took place at Cramlington's Cragside Primary School seen with pupils forming a human chain around the school to combat bullying.
An anti-bullying event which took place at Cramlington's Cragside Primary School seen with pupils forming a human chain around the school to combat bullying.
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A CRAMLINGTON school has proved it is united against bullying by forming a human chain.

Youngsters from Cragside C of E Primary School linked hands to stand together around the perimeter of the school in Westloch Road as part of anti-bullying week.

They also came to school dressed in blue clothing, which is the national anti-bullying colour.

As part of the school’s anti-bullying week, which they named ‘Friendship Week’, Year 6 children paired up with pupils from Year 1 to teach them about bullying by organising lesson plans and holding a range of games and fun activities.

Deputy headteacher Joanne Parker said: “It was a great week where we celebrated all of our friendships.”