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Odd Socks Show Children's Support For Anti-Bullying Week

Theddlethorpe Academy pupils from Nursery, Reception and Years 1 and 2 mark the beginning of Anti-Bullying Week by wearing odd socks for the day. They are: (l-r) Alissa Addison (5), Edward Taylor (5), Ava Searing (3), Xavier Bradley (4), Lexi Howseman (5), Keegan Barker (5) and Bernice Moore (7).

Pupils at Theddlethorpe Academy put their best feet forward in support of the start of Anti-Bullying Week. The children wore odd socks for the day as they joined three-quarters of UK schools – more than seven million children and young people – who took part in the annual event. The year it focuses on the importance of acts of kindness, starting with 'One kind Word'.

Year 3 and 4 children wear Odd Socks to support Anti- Bullying Week. They are: (l-r) Olivia Randle (9), Thomas Smith (7), Phoebe Gill (8), and Alex Bayston (9).

Year 6 pupils Elliott Hyatt and Sophie Gill ( both 10) put their best feet forward for Odd Sock Day to make a stand against bullying.

Year 1 and 2 pupils support anti-bullying with their odd socks. They are: (l-r) Freddie Lewens (6), Lexi-Mai Wilkinson (6), Elliott Virgo (6), Cainan Barker (7) and Dylan Doherty (6).

Year 5 pupils support Odd Sock Day. They are: (l-r) Riley Dennis (10), Alfie Black (9), Miley Jordan (10) and Lola Howseman (9).

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