Last week was Anti-Bullying Week, an event celebrated around the globe in order to raise awareness about the consequences of bullying and to encourage students to embrace difference.
Runnymede took part with a range of events, starting with Odd Socks Day on Tuesday. Students came in a bright array of odd socks as a powerful visual reminder to celebrate our uniqueness.
The week culminated in our House Family and Friends day on Friday, where students were separated into house groups spanning the year groups and the house with the most House Points for displaying Runnymede values ate lunch in the VIP area.
Not only was it a very successful week which prompted genuine thought and reflection amongst our students, but we also succeeded in raising money for ANAR, a Spanish charity which provides help and support for some of the most vulnerable people in society.