part of the initiative of 'The national week of the anti-bullying in the schools' during April 22 to April 28, 2018,
Credence High School went on a full-fledged week of creating a culture among
our students at school to share and know the importance of empathy,
kindness and compassion as a way of helping children feel safer and happier at
week was filled with various activities starting from in-classroom to doing
things at home for and by students to stand up for Anti-bullying. Starting
from KG – Grade 9, we had various sessions on the students understanding about
anti-bullying and also sharing ways to stop bullying in any form in school.
teachers of KG students put up a play for all the students so that they
understand how not to bully their friends or be rude. The teachers enacted
through a play how it is important to be kind and loving to people around them.
Grade 1 – 3, students discussed about how bullying can be stopped in school and
also shared who are the safe people they can talk to if they feel they are
bullied/troubled. The students put down three names who they thought they
could talk to when they feel unsafe or bullied in school.
Grade 4 – 9 the students discussed about the various kinds of bullying that
happens in school and outside. The students also discussed on why they think
bullying happens. Some classes also created posters on anti-bullying to
share the message across the school.
the end of the week a video was compiled of the way the children can stop the
menace of bullying. This video was shared as ‘students’ voice’ in the
special Assembly. The week concluded with the special assembly by Grade 6
students who shared their thoughts on the importance of living a selfless life
and being enlightened to be their own light. Students also watched the song by
Ed Sheeran of how he was bullied as a child and how he never gave up!
the end of the assembly, students took an oath that they will be kind,
compassionate and empathic to all those around them and they will ensure that
Credence is a bully-free school.
The parents were also asked to participate in this
mission by sharing and talking to their children about anti-bullying. The
following message was shared with parents.