Triple R to Bullying – What Schools are saying…..

This week the Triple R Influenced tour launched into primary schools across Bristol all with a mission to equip young people with the confidence to understand and promote Triple R at their school -Recognise, Report and Resolve all forms of bullying.

The schools tells us how the project was received at their school:

“The performance had an immediate impact on our children. They were captivated and wanted to discuss straight away. The workshops gave the children more of an insight into the different forms of bullying and gave them a deeper understanding. We will be using Regonise, Report and Resolve straight away!” Tom Davies, Badock’s Wood Primary School, Bristol

“The children thoroughly enjoyed the morning. They really engaged with the performance and the workshop. It was great and very thought provoking.”  Chloe Lougher, Westbury on Trym Academy 

“Brilliant performance. Today will help us to group discuss problems if they arise and help the teacher awareness of different types of cyber bullying.” Ruth Drury, Westbury on Trym Academy 

“Today was fantastic, keep up the work in other schools. You make such a difference” Teresa Fitzgerald, Badock’s Wood Primary 

“Today was pitched at the children’s level, it’s going to make them aware of their own actions and has given us inspiration for our PSHE lessons. We will be using Triple R to bullying.” Lisa Cullin, Cheddar Grove Primary school 

“Another great session, this was my second experience of Unique Voice as they visited previously with a different issue and I’m definitely an advocate” Sammy Norman, Badock’s Wood Primary 

Want Triple R at your school? Contact us to find out more and reserve the last few remaining dates!

 

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