College achieves Anti-Bullying Award
The Anti-bullying Ambassador team are proud to announce that they have recently been awarded the Diana Award Wellbeing Badge.
Over the last few months the students along with Mrs Shore, Miss Newcombe and Mrs Peters have been working on various projects to ensure that everyone at Ivybridge Community College is working together to promote anti-bullying. Students have held cake sales, spoken in assemblies educating others about the different types of bullying and designing screen savers to be shown throughout the College with information about who to contact if they need someone to turn to. The Ambassadors are currently organising a ‘Colour Run’ to support LGBT+ which will be held on Friday 12 July.
The Diana Award team were very pleased with what Ivybridge students had achieved in such a short space of time. “We were overwhelmed with how much thought and effort you’ve put into the Wellbeing focused anti-bullying activities. It seems like all of the activities have had a great impact on the wellbeing of students in your school and we really like the focus on ensuring that peer support is widely accessible. It’s great to see that you’ve also put on some fun, whole school events.
Thank you so much for sending the video. It was an amazing way for us to see the work in practice and to hear the different voices in the school. Thank you so much for making/ sharing that with us, we loved it!!
Congratulations, we are awarding you the Wellbeing Badge! What a fantastic achievement and a true testament of your hard work as a team.” The Diana Award team.