Proving the Impact of Triple R
This week at the South Area Partnership event “21st Century Bullying” Unique Voice were asked to show local teachers and professionals the project that has got schools across the city talking “Triple R”
The actors performed the primary version of the play “Influenced” which explores emotional, cyber and racial forms of bullying. After the performance children from Cheddar Grove Primary School came to the event to talk about how the Triple R visit they received last week has impacted their school. They were fantastic in showing a short role play highlighting what they have learnt and have even made up a brilliantly creative song to help their whole school remember Triple R – Recognise, Report and Resolve all forms of bullying.
The children also showed off their anti bullying machine which we left in their school to equip the children with confidence to report and be aware of bullying incidents, it was taken off the wall for just a few short hours so the children could talk about how it works ad benefits their school.
SENCO at Cheddar Grove, Mrs Stewart tells us how the Triple R visit has helped their schools focus on anti bullying.
If you would like to find out how Triple R can help your school contact us