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Anti Bullying Poster competition

On Friday you took home a letter explaining that you have been invited to design a poster about anti bullying. Attached to the letter was a template onto which you should draw or stick your deign.
Remember there is a £10 WHSmith voucher to be won and the winner will represent our school against other Beverley cluster schools – the overall winning design to be published.

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If you print the template from this site, please print it in A4 if possible. You may design you’re steer on A4 paper and on your return to school Mrs Thresh will be able to reduce it to fit the template…no excuses, let’s show Beverley how creative we can be!

TOP TIPS
Make your poster colourful and eye catching.
The focus should be to tell other people if you are being bullied.
Don’t add too much text – short and snappy.
Don’t put your name within the poster. Write it on the back.

Good luck!

School Council

The school council will meet again after half term. This is the opportunity for the pupil’s voice to be heard and for their ideas to be considered. Council members represent their year group & are encouraged not only to bring their own agendas but the thoughts & wishes of their peers.
Council members are voted in by their year group and are expected to work on their behalf by attend meetings, polling for opinions and feeding back to the class.
Please watch is space to find out who represents each year group and listen out in assembly for ways to contact them and express your thoughts.