Burnt Mill Academy work with Hope not Hate on use of hurtful language
Burnt Mill Academy / Tue 19th Jul 2022 at 08:25am
YOUNG people stopped to think about whether the language they use could be deemed unkind or inappropriate.
Students in Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 at Burnt Mill Academy, in Harlow, worked with the Hope Not Hate advocacy group.
Workshops focused on language and the impact our words have on other people.
Vice principal Rachel Braniff said: “Students were introduced to the idea that ‘banter’ is not an excuse for unkind and inappropriate comments.
“As a school, we are focusing on developing our culture of kindness and respect.
“This was a really thought-provoking day, with students questioning their own use of words and language.”
No guys not snowflakes or pathetic.. peace and goodwill to all.. bountiful blessings of love joy and peace ☮️ Amen😍
I agree with Johnny but still maintain Hope not Hate is a pathetic slogan. Maybe something more like The benefits of respectful behavior/ or not being a turd in society , but ,,, Hope not Hate doesn't even make sense.
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