Anti Bullying week
On Friday 20th November, we held a bake sale to raise money for the Anti-Bullying Alliance. The Anti-Bullying Alliance raises money to support young people whose lives have been seriously impacted by bullying.
We had a team of Year 10-13 students who helped to bake the cookies and showed kindness and consideration in their contributions. We are promoting anti-bullying because we value kindness, inclusion and community, which we believe our students consistently demonstrate. This is an initiative that many schools around the world promote within the schools and RBIS is one of many schools who stands together against bullying.
So far we have raised just over 2,000 baht and we still have some cookies left to sell today.
Thank you to our students for their contributions to both buying the cookies and those who make the delicious baked goods.
During assembly time on Jameena, Earth, Gigi and Mai from Years 12 and 13 talked about the importance of Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday. Throughout the day students and staff wore paper poppies sixth form students had made and at the end of the presentation a 2 minute silence was observed to remember those who died during wars.