Cambridge United Community Trust is proud to have delivered 15 assemblies in local primary schools as part of Anti-Bullying Week 2022...
Trust staff have delivered presentations to over 2,000 children using the nationwide theme ‘Reach Out’ as a basis for their work.
The assemblies have challenged young learners to consider when and how we reach out to other people, as well as why it is so important. Throughout the sessions, we have emphasised the importance of respect for all and that it is everyone’s responsibility to stop bullying.
We have also provided a range of scenarios to prompt discussion and have asked pupils to consider ways in which they might remind others to reach out. The Cambridge United First Team players even provided a video message for the children to encourage them to 'Reach Out'.
Finally, we have signposted children to people they might reach out to in the event of being bullied themselves, or if they are worried about someone.
These assemblies form part of our cross-curricular Education programme in local primary schools.
For more information about our Education work, please contact Tim Walker, Head of Education and Skills: firstname.lastname@example.org.