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Be kind, say “No” to bullying

As part of our ongoing development of the PSHE curriculum in primary, we are highlighting the importance of developing relationships at the start of spring and encouraging students to be warm and care for each other. Our focus for PSHE is ‘Be Kind, say No to Bullying’.

On Wednesday 20 March, all primary teachers attended a PSHE workshop with secondary student representatives. In the workshop, they discussed the meaning of bullying, anti-bullying, and how to teach children to protect themselves and others in the face of bullying through an interactive learning session.

On Friday 22 March, the whole primary officially launched the PSHE activity. In the Grade assembly, children learned what ‘bullying’ is, how the students can face bullying and protect themselves and others, and how they can support in building on our culture of respect from all, for all. They learned a lot through a variety of experience activities such as creating situations, writing plays, creating poems, making posters and writing proposals. This allowed the children to develop their understanding of collaboration and cooperation between their peers, and understand their roles in developing a warm, progressive and kind community on campus.

On 19 April, we welcomed Pink Day together. All the teachers and students in the school matched Pink elements together. A Pink T-shirt, a Pink headdress, a Pink bracelet, a Pink brooch and a Pink tie. The warm pink color has become a warm landscape in our NACIS campus. This is to symbolise a stand against bullying in our community and will create a warm scenery in NACIS campus as a day that students will remember. At the same time, the children taste their favorite ice cream, satisfy their taste buds while making friends.

Meeting is a kind of fate. We hope every child will cherish this rare encounter, with love to treat everyone around and cherish every day in NACIS together!

Grade 1

I had a great day and felt very happy. I was happy because I had lots of friends playing with me and ate some ice creams together. - Arnold

I had a great day during pink day. I had a great day because I got to buy some ice creams, talk with friends and got a photo with Kimi, Fred, Susu and Leo. It was a fun day. - George


On Pink day, I really enjoyed learning about the story and ate some delicious ice creams. We also wore some pink clothes and other pink things to school. It was a good memory. - Tiger

In the Pink Day activity, I learned that when others are in trouble, I need to help them. If I have trouble, they will help me so that everyone will be happy. - Evelyn 

Grade 3

I think if we bully each other or we are mean, we can say sorry to each other.  We wrote these down on little notes. - Regan

I think it was amazing because it allows us to learn to say sorry to people we hurt.  We can have more friends when we eat ice creams. - Meixuan

Grade 4

My favourite part of Pink Day was eating the delicious ice-cream. - Elsa

I learned from Pink Day that we need to be kind to other people. - Jerry

Grade 5

Last Friday, 19 April was “Pink Anti-Bullying day”. Everyone from primary needed to bring something pink to school to raise awareness. The school lobby was decorated with full of pink balloons and wish cards. After lunch, we all changed into our ‘fancy’ clothes or accessories. We went down for the class photograph and wrote wishes. I felt exited for the activities and I think it’s very important to have days like this. Almost everyone bought ice cream. I don’t think any of us will bully again after this activity. - Kris

We held a Pink Day activity at NACIS. All the students wore Pink clothes and headgear on that Day. Pink Day always remind us of not bullying on campus and to be friendly to classmates. It was a happy day, but unfortunately, time seemed flying more quickly at the happiest time. In the twinkling of an eye, time flew away, but this day is wonderful for everyone! - Alice