The Year 7 girls watched a performance by Brainstorm Productions which was a play set in a secondary school.


The focus was on issues relating to relationships and friendships, with a particular focus on exclusion, verbal bullying and cyber bullying. It was a riveting performance, with many messages for the girls to think about. In Form, in the forthcoming weeks, the girls will explore these issues further with their Form Teacher.

Below are some of the messages that the girls took away from the play.

“Don’t give into peer group pressure, just because someone is your best friend it doesn’t mean you have to do everything they do.” Lucy Keilar

“You have to have different passwords and not tell anyone your passwords.” Sara Zayontz

“You should treat people the way you want to be treated yourself.” Chloe Cooper

“If something is happening that is unacceptable I should tell someone.” Ella Johns

“It is important not to let people control and manipulate you.” Georgina Rolfe

“If you are being cyberbullied there are many people to talk to about this.” Allison Duong

“Not to say anything mean about someone on social media or in real life, because you have to think if that was you, would you want someone to say that about you?” Alexandra Demetriou

“You never put anything online that you don’t want the whole world to see.” Ruby Seymour

“If you are being bullied, talk to your parents, teachers, school counsellor, don’t ignore it.” Olivia Shergold

“It is important to stand up for yourself, even if you will be judged by your friends, if they judge you then they are not your true friends.” Sophie Gough

Miss Jenny Molloy, Dean of Year 7