Caroline Flint

Standing up for Don Valley.

Caroline back in the classroom to beat the bullies

Caroline back in class Thorne Green TopDon Valley MP, Caroline Flint joined pupils at Thorne Green Top Primary School to support their activity for Anti-Bullying Week.

The Don Valley MP took pictures of herself at  primary school and spoke to the school assembly.  She then worked with pupils, hearing from pupils about their work against bullying. 

Caroline Flint back in the classroom at Green Top Primary.

Said Caroline:  “The pupils at Green Top were really keen to beat the bullies.  I don’t think even adults who remember being bullied as children are always aware of the many forms bullying takes today – including cyber-bullying occurring when children are just playing online games with other classmates.  They all agreed that if you start being bullied – tell others – tell your friends and tell adults.  Bullies only win if their bullying stays hidden.”

Caroline speaking to assembly

Headteacher, Neil Butler said:  “'Green Top School launched their very successful Anti-Bullying week with help from Caroline Flint. Caroline spoke of her childhood and what happens when you fall out with friends. Caroline went on to praise the school for having, playground buddies, feelings circles, friendship contracts and an emotional well-being co-ordinator to help the children solve their problems together. Caroline joined a feeling circle with Class 6 to hear how the children articulated their feelings and offered support to one another.'
 
Caroline speaking about her school days to Thorne Green Top assembly.

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