Wellbeing

How Rockingham supports your children.

Stand up to Bullying 13th of June 2018 – Stand up to bullying

We hope you will support us in our campaign against bullying, we would love your children to come to school dressed in brightly coloured clothing to showcase their individual style and stand up to the fight against bullying.

 

Meet the Anti Bullying Team

Here are our Peer Supporters ready for a action,

Rockingham Buddy Team

Be there

Promote Kindness

Be Active

Include Everyone

Encourage positive Vibes

Anti Bullying CPD

All our staff are now trained in ‘Developing effective anti-bullying practice’ The training has been split into a variety of modules, parents can also access the website for further support which is a FREE resource at the www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/onlinetraining

Internet Safety 

Free guide for parents by retweeting our guide here: https://twitter.com/natonlinesafety/status/988785543851933696
You can also download the guide here http://bit.ly/2K6T4NL and can repost it on your other social media channels. Here is a link to the online safety website for more information. https://nationalonlinesafety.com.

Road Safety at Rockingham

As a school, we offer our children road awareness training with the support of the local PCSO’s and the Wingfield Ward Councillors. Our Deputy Mayor attended our first event of the year and we are proud to raise awareness of the dangers on Roughwood Road, remember it is a 3o zone! Help to keep our children safe.

As a school, we promote friendship and we want all children to enjoy coming to school. This term we are working very closely with Ann Foxley-Johnson who is an Anti Bullying consultant and works with schools nationwide. As a school, we are holding workshops for children, staff, parents and our governors based on some of the issues that are happening at the moment. We are covering topics such as –

  • What is Bullying
  • Impact of Words
  • Delivering Peer Supporter training

Downloadable on the right of this page is a guidance leaflet for parents, we will be delivering a workshop for parents on Tuesday the 10th of April at 3:30 pm. We really hope to see lots of you there to support your child and school in improving the wellbeing of Rockingham children.

NSPCC in school support 

Speak out. Stay safe.

Our programme (formerly Childline Schools Service) teaches primary school children to speak out and stay safe from abuse.

The children have been working hard to raise money for the NSPCC to support other children and families, we also have advice for parents if you have any concerns.  Please continue to support the school in raising awareness.

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