Anti-Bullying Work Recognised Nationally
The Diana Award Trust, an organisation that works nationally with thousands of young people has recognised the valuable work conducted in our Respect Programme. In awarding us second prize, in their Anti-Bullying Competition, the judges commented: "As a team we really enjoyed reading your entry… the hard work from your students really stood out to us. You showed your whole school working together as part of an inspirational team.".
The Diana Awards run the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors programme, a nationwide peer-led initiative, with over 5,000 trained Ambassadors in over 600 schools across the UK. St Margaret's hosted a training day which brought together young people from primary and secondary schools, of all ages and abilities from across the region, to be trained as Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. The young people creatively explored and understood the issue of bullying and gained practical ideas and top tips on how to stop bullying.