The Anti-bullying Ambassadors are made up from two representatives from each class (Year 1-6) and are annually voted in by their fellow classmates in the Autumn term.
We usually have fortnightly meetings to discuss important issues at Dundonald such as friendships, kindness and what can be done to prevent all forms of bullying.
The anti-bullying ambassadors work hard to ensure that Dundonald Primary is a safe and happy place for all children to learn and flourish. One of the key roles of the Anti-bullying ambassadors is to educate the rest of their class about bullying. We work collaboratively as a team to educate the school on the different types of bullying as well as how to recognise how bullying can happen and suggesting what someone could do if they witness or experience bullying.