Theme chosen: ‘United against Bullying’
‘This year, more than ever with COVID-19, we witnessed the positive power that society can have when we come together to tackle a common challenge. Bullying has a long-lasting effect on those who experience and witness it’- bBrave (Voluntary Organisation). Rabat MS will once again be joining bBrave campaign to reduce bullying: We all have a part to play in coming together to make a difference.
|Mon 16th November Form teacher time||Odd Socks Day: Wearing odd socks is a way to celebrate what makes us all unique.Guidance teachers addressing students – recorded message.|
|Tues 17th November Form Teacher time||Launch of Rabat MS Anti-bullying Competitiontitled ‘What part will you play this Anti-Bullying day?’Category 1: Digital Poster Category 2 : Artistic Poster on A3 sheetCategory 3: Creative Writing – A short story/poem in Maltese or English depicting how the characters overcame bullying (150 words maximum for short story)|
|Wed 18th November Form Teacher time||Dress Down Day – Orange tee-shirt and tracksuit trouser.Viewing of ‘United against Bullying’, official secondary school clip|
|Thu 19th November Form Teacher time||‘Bullying Awareness and Support Services’ online recorded message by Mr Joe Borg, Anti-Bullying NSSS.|
|Friday 20th November Year 7 and year 8 break|
End of year 7 and year 8 break assembly
|Cross over to World Children’s Day activities. Emphasis is on ‘Unity’ as children protect each other from Covid-19 hazard. |
World Children’s Day Pie
Students’ representatives addressing peers on significance of World Children’s Day.