Pupils Join National Campaign To Stamp Out Bullying

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Pilgrim Academy Odd Sock Day. Conor Hall (6) and James Howard (7) put their best feet forward to stamp out bullying.

Best feet forward! Pilgrim Academy pupils wore odd socks to support National Anti-Bullying Week. The aim of the campaign is to make all children aware of the Anti Bullying Alliance's bid to stamp out bullying in schools across the UK.

Christine Lacey, Executive Principal, said: "We feel this is a very worthwhile campaign and one in which all of the children wanted to be involved. It has a fun element to it in being able to wear odd socks for a day, but it also has the serious message that bullying is totally unacceptable and will not be tolerated anywhere."

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Odd Sock Day. (L-r) Jasmin Timson (Year 5), Tate Long (Year 6), Darcy Revill (Year 5) Josh Gill (Year 6), Julia Sufin (Year 5), and Jake Marshall (Year 6).

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