As part of the Anti-Bullying Week 2020 (16th-20th November), CFBL’s pupils, parents and staff members were invited to participate in the Odd socks day to celebrate our differences and to help raise awareness of bullying!
CFBL is really involved in the anti-bullying. Apart from the webinars by e-Enfance and Bayard, we also shared videos of Childline UK and Non au harcelement inside our building.
We remind you that most bullying incidents are not crimes. But some types of bullying are illegal and should be reported to the police. This includes bullying that involves violence or assault; theft; harassment and intimidation over a period of time including calling someone names or threatening them, making abusive phone calls, and sending abusive emails or text messages (one incident is not normally enough to get a conviction); and anything involving hate crimes.