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How Does NACIS Shanghai Deal with Anti-bullying?

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NACIS Shanghai held a special event on the World Kindness Day on November 13. Although it was very cold, we were immersed in warm atmosphere. We have all perhaps encountered situations of being misunderstood, neglected, and even bullied in our lives, but we hope that our children can have a strong and tolerant heart to respect the different individuals and discover and pass on the kindness in life.

 

As one of the anti-bullying activities, our primary students put on all kinds of weird socks to demonstrate the theme of "You and I are so different". This traditional activity full of British culture encouraged students to respect individuality and dare to express themselves. The energy bottle delivery activities were also very popular in each class. Students wrote well-meaning words on paper and put them into bottles, which would be delivered among classes. While spreading kindness, every student had the opportunity to feel the positive energy from others.

 

Based on the theme “One Kind Word”, our secondary students wrote messages on the glass wall outside the Canteen. They shared each other the words that had touched them.

 

May all your wishes come true!

As long as you are full of hope, you will be invincible.

Tomorrow is another day.

 

Looking up, the wall full of paper cranes made by students in the anti-bullying activity last year is also kept intact, which gives a striking message as you enter the campus.