Pupils across the country took part in the First News “Stamp Out Bullying” campaign which saw more than 50,000 school children stand up to stamp the floor at 11am on Friday 26th September. Together they made a statement that they want to see bullying stamped out for good. Spencer House girls and staff joined the campaign by stamping in unison in the playground at 11am on Friday.
The idea was to make as much noise as possible against bullying so that those in power are shaken into doing more to stamp out bullying. The First News “Stamp Out Bullying” initiative follows its poll which showed that 78% of children think bullying should be against the law and treated as a crime. The Study girls were proud to be a part of this important campaign. Well done girls!