Young children at Northampton school let go of their deepest fears at balloon launch

A primary school in Northampton encouraged pupils to write down the things they were most afraid of on helium-filled balloons and released them as part of an anti-bullying week.

Friday, 25th November 2016, 7:45 am
Updated Tuesday, 29th November 2016, 10:30 am
Briar Hill School

Briar Hill Primary School combined with international charity UNICEF yesterday for the playground event.

Victoria Warren, a teacher, who is head of the primary's care team, said: "We have launched a Care term to tie in nicely with UNICEF awareness week, children in need and anti-bullying week.

"Every class wrote down their individual fears, placed them onto a balloon and then the whole school released those fears into the sky for a whole school-assembly.

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Briar Hill School

"Afterwards we sang or signed to Katy Perry's song 'Roar' on the playground."

Briar Hill School
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