Last Thursday, Mr Lunt, Mrs Williams and some of the school’s Restorative Practice Anti-Bullying Ambassadors (Maddison Griffin, Zac Beer, Ava Morgan, Erin Morris-Griffiths, Evee Coates, Jack Langford, Summer James and William Carro) visited Glyncollen Primary School to deliver a Restorative Practice training and information sharing session to the ‘Glyncollen Guardians’ – a group of Year 5 and 6 pupils who act as Anti-Bullying Ambassadors within their school.
The session focused on how pupils can solve their own and other pupils problems using a restorative approach. All of the pupils engaged well in the session and had a lot of fun learning new skills which they will now hopefully be able to use to help other pupils at their school during break and lunch times.
I was extremely impressed with the problem solving skills shown by the majority of the pupils during the course of the day and very much look forward to them joining my Restorative Practice Anti Bullying team when they move to MCS in September.
I would like our pupils who helped out on the day for the superb attitude and behaviour they displayed throughout the session, they interacted well with the Glyncollen pupils and acted as excellent role models throughout. Thank you also to Mrs Williams for her help during the session.
Mr G. Lunt